Juhua Wu is the Director of the Center for Community Practice (CCP) with the University of Rochester Medical Center. She serves as the Project Director for its CDC-funded Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) program, facilitating positive changes in public health systems and workforce.
She oversees CCP programs and operations, as well as coaches, consults, and advises on implementations of evidence-based interventions. Juhua has 18 years of experience working in the field of HIV, applying her expertise in the areas of program planning and development, community planning, intervention design and evaluation, quality improvement, grant management and program administration.
She has been involved in many jurisdiction-wide needs assessments, strategic planning, or systemic change efforts, and has extensive experience with the Ryan White program, including working with the planning council through an integrated planning process. She has managed several Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) studies, and has led a SAMHSA Minority AIDS Initiative Targeted Capacity Expansion project. Juhua holds a Master’s Degree in Anthropology from the University of Southern California. Her passion is to bring forth wellbeing and justice in the world.
Areas of Interest/Expertise:
Public Health, HIV/AIDS, HIV/STD/VH Prevention, Ryan White Program, PrEP Promotion, Health Disparities, HIV Testing, Linkage, Re-Engagement, Retention, Viral Suppression, Outreach & Recruitment, Social Determinants of Health, 340B Drug Discount Program, Community Planning, Professional Coaching, Leadership & Management, Program Administration, Monitoring & Evaluation, Quality Improvement.