Lucille Pilling, EdD, MPH, RN
CPHI Adjunct Fellow
Title: Assistant Adjunct Professor, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
Public Health Interests:
Global health, non-communicable diseases, competencies, women's health, global-local health, public private partnerships, sustainable development goals (SDGs), WASH
Current Public-Health Related Activities:
Dr. Lucille B. Pilling’s passion is access to health care, particularly for women. She has over 30 years of global public health experience managing complex, multi-organizational initiatives. Pilling was vice president of International Programs at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, senior program officer for a Bill & Melinda Gates initiative, managed primary health care programs in Africa and Latin America and provided short-term technical assistance around the world. Dr. Pilling teaches at Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She works with the Non-communicable Disease Roundtable and the Reproductive Health Access Project and volunteers at Planned Parenthood Southeastern PA and Christ Church. Pilling graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BS in nursing and from Columbia University with an MPH and EdD.
Joyce, BL, Harmon, MJ, Pilling, LB, Johnson, RH, Hicks, VL and Brown-Schott, N.
(2015), The Preparation of Community/Public Health Nurses: Amplifying the Impact. Public Health Nursing, 32: 595–597. doi: 10.1111/phn.12236.
Pilling, L. B. 2007. The Global Health Alliance: Lessons Learned. Unlimited Publishing, Bloomington, Indiana.
Klein, S, Miller, S, Thomson F. A Book for Midwives: Care for pregnancy, birth and women’s health. 2004, 2009. Hesperian Foundation. Lucille Pilling deLucena, collaborator