Corey Prachniak-Rincón, Esquire

Director of the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth

Corey has served since 2017 as the Director of the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth, a government agency that is the only such commission in the nation. Corey has worked in government and public policy since 2004, at the local, state, and federal level. Highlights include serving as an advisor to the largest LGBTQ public health campaign in U.S. history and leading an LGBTQ health education campaign that was tweeted to 1.5 million followers. Corey earned their undergraduate and Juris Doctor degrees from Georgetown University and their Master in Public Health degree from Harvard University, where they also served as a fellow at the Center for Public Leadership and as a visiting scientist at the Women & Health Initiative.

Corey has served since 2017 as the Director of the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth, a government agency that is the only such commission in the nation. Corey has worked in government and public policy since 2004, at the local, state, and federal level. Highlights include serving as an advisor to the largest LGBTQ public health campaign in U.S. history and leading an LGBTQ health education campaign that was tweeted to 1.5 million followers. Corey earned their undergraduate and Juris Doctor degrees from Georgetown University and their Master in Public Health degree from Harvard University, where they also served as a fellow at the Center for Public Leadership and as a visiting scientist at the Women & Health Initiative.

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Lectures

10.02.2019

LGBTQing A City