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Gloria M. Crockett is a product of a Historical Black College and University which helped to build on the foundation to support and uplifting of the Black Community. Her career has allowed her to work in the Biotechnology space for more than 30 years to help those with rare diseases and prematurity. She is honored and blessed to be on the board to bring networking and organizational expertise to the organization. She currently is the Sr. Director of Quality at Prolacta Bioscience and Chairperson of The Athari Council Ms. Crockett will lead the The Alliance for Black NICU Families Safe Sleep Committee, which is purposed to solve the problem of a individual safe sleeping space for the baby arriving home from the NICU
Jenné Johns, MPH is a national health equity thought leader, author and advocate for health and racial equity. Jenné is the President of Once Upon A Preemie, Inc a non-profit organization leading healthcare transformation through implicit bias training and centering lived experiences of Black Birthing Women. Jenne is the proud mother of a NICU graduate.
Tanya Miller is a certified project management professional working for Prolacta Bioscience. She oversees the project management office, supporting the enterprise delivery life-changing solutions for critically ill babies and other vulnerable patients. She has formerly worked for a large California non-profit healthcare company, served as associate director of a non-profit, grassroots, community-based organization offering services for at-risk, economically and socially challenged women, and completed a strategic management program for non-profit leaders with the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service at The University of Texas at Austin.