Communications and Marketing
The award-winning Communications and Marketing team shares the School's work, expertise, and offerings with external audiences, serving as a go-to trusted source of public health information and compelling prospective students, faculty, donors, and partners to participate in the School's mission.
The School's publishing spans web, magazine, podcast, email, traditional media, and social media channels with the goal of sharing and translating the School’s most impactful work and the power of public health to broad audiences.
A Trusted Source for Public Health Expertise
The Communications team delivers credible and vital public health information through a variety of digital and print channels.
HOPKINS BLOOMBERG PUBLIC HEALTH MAGAZINE
Features that tells the story of public health via compelling articles and powerful images twice a year
PODCAST: PUBLIC HEALTH ON CALL
Interviews that offer science- and evidence-based insights on the public health news of the day, available where podcasts are found
EXPERT INSIGHTS NEWSLETTER
The "one-stop" resource for Bloomberg School expert insights spanning all of our communications channels, delivered to your email inbox each Tuesday and Friday
Global Health NOW
A free weekday email newsletter and website that aggregates and covers essential news and views for the global public health community
A Highly-Acclaimed Team
The Communications and Marketing team in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Office of External Affairs has earned multiple awards for their excellence in media and content creation across various platforms. A recent achievement was three inaugural Anthem Awards, presented by the Webby Awards. To view our award-winning entries and list of honors, please click below.
Director of Audience and Stakeholder Engagement
Associate Dean for Communications and Marketing
Lindsay Smith Rogers
Director of Content Strategy and Producer of "Public Health on Call" Podcast
Co-director of Media and Public Relations
Editor-in-Chief of Global Health NOW and Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine