CORONAVIRUS, Health, Washington County

Washington County taps Marie Boman-Davis to lead public health division

Marie Boman-Davis. Photo courtesy Washington County Public Health

Marie Boman-Davis has been promoted to lead Washington County Public Health as the public health division’s manager following the retirement of Tricia Mortell, who led the division for seven years. 

Boman-Davis, who earned a Ph.D. in public health with a focus on health behavior from the University of California, San Diego, was first hired by the county in October 2020 to serve as an epidemiology data and quality assurance supervisor as part of the county’s COVID-19 response, according to a press release from Washington County. 

“The Public Health Division is working on systemic solutions to achieve health equity, which includes addressing COVID-19 disparities,” said Boman-Davis. “I am honored to be part of a team actively using an equity lens and engaging authentically . . .

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