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Molly Bowen is Communications Associate at the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE). She is responsible for communications strategy and implementation.
Molly works with Johns Hopkins Medicine marketing and media relations personnel to develop messaging and coordinate strategy for publicizing CCGHE research findings and developments in international, national, regional, and trade media. She establishes and maintains systems for information management, develops content, and manages production and workflow for print and online products for reporting, marketing, and donor relations.
She is managing editor of the CCGHE website, the Baltimore-Washington-India Clinical Trials Unit website, and ID Clinical Minute, a briefing on infectious disease issues designed for non-ID clinicians, and ID clinicians in training. She charged with development and implementation of CCGHE's social media communications strategy.
Prior to joining CCGHE in March 2015, Molly worked for more than 15 years with Dr. D.A. Henderson, first joining the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies in 1999, and moving with the group in 2003 to found the UPMC Center for Health Security, (the Center for Health Security rejoined Johns Hopkins at the beginning of 2017). As the first non-faculty member hired, Molly established administrative, finance, and communications functions for the organization. She subsequently served for 13 years as Senior Communications Specialist, and was charged with media relations, organizational reporting, and content development and editing. She served as an associate editor for the peer-reviewed journal Biosecurity and Bioterrorism (now Health Security) for more than a decade, and served in an editorial capacity for all printed and online organizational content including handbooks, reports, briefings, marketing materials, and newsletters. She also was a chapter reviewer for Dr. Henderson's 2009 book Smallpox: The Death of a Disease - The Inside Story of Eradicating a Worldwide Killer.
Prior to that position, she worked for 9 years with ORBIS Associates, a non-profit American Indian owned and managed educational consulting firm in Washington, DC.
She received a BA in American Studies from Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire.