Chief of Staff
Jonique Freeman, MPH, is a public health professional passionate about educating, motivating, and empowering individuals, families, and communities to achieve their fullest potential – through advocacy, community development, continuous quality improvement, health promotion, research, program planning, and training.
In her role as HealthConnect One Chief of Staff, Jonique will be responsible for organization-wide project management; overseeing internal and external special projects; collaborating with leadership on organizational strategic planning to ensure current initiatives are aligned with HC One’s vision; and providing backup support for the executive team as needed.
She was born and raised in Rochester, NY, but considers Georgia her second home – Georgia is where her love for community development, empowerment, program planning, and public health grew. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Georgia State University and a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Community Health Education & Social Behavior from Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health (JPHCOPH) at Georgia Southern University.
She is passionate about addressing social determinants of health (social structures and economic systems, i.e., culture, education, healthcare delivery system, built environment, etc.) among vulnerable, marginalized, and at-risk populations – to achieve equitable outcomes so that everyone thrives.