Michelle Bordeu has worked in the field of public health management for 25 years. Domestically, she has worked at the federal, state and city government agency level, including federally qualified community health centers in the city of Boston. For the past seven years, she worked at Codman Square Health Center in the areas of leadership development and management training as an internal consultant responsible for the implementation of the Patient Center Medical Home practice transformation initiative. In the past, she has held the positions of Deputy Commissioner, Boston Public Health Commission, and of Co- Director, Office of Policy and Planning for the MA Department of Public Health HIV/AIDS Bureau. In her current role as Associate Vice President for Programs at Fenway Health, she is providing strategic leadership to the Fenway /AIDS Action Committee newly established partnership in the areas of services integration and is responsible for management oversight of all Public Health programs across the platform.
Internationally, her work has focused principally on management and new business development functions in the regions of Latin America and the Caribbean, and Africa. Appointments have included Deputy Director for the AIDS Integrated Model (AIM) Program, a CDC/USAID funded program implemented by JSI in Uganda, and management positions at both JSI Boston and JSI Mexico offices.
Her work has focused on developing and implementing programs and policies on the ground, facilitating organizational strategic direction and process improvement efforts and building strong teams in complex working environments.
Michelle was born and raised in Chile, and has lived in the US for the past 34 years. She holds an MPH from Boston University School of Public Health.