Moriah Hall, MPH

Moriah Hall, MPH
Associate Fellow

Associate Director of the Master of Public Health Program, University of Pennsylvania

Public Health Interests

Education, Food Access, Health Literacy, Nutrition, Policy, Sexual Health



Current Public-Health Related Activities

Moriah Hall, MPH, currently works with the University of Pennsylvania as the Associate Director of the MPH Program. Her primary responsibilities in this leadership role include programmatic advisement to students, meeting with prospective students, working with faculty within public health related committees and coursework, and CEPH accreditation oversight. Moriah is the Course Director for the Methods for Public Health Practice course and the Public Health Nutrition course in the MPH program. Beyond her work at UPenn, Moriah serves as a Board Member and lead program evaluator for Healthy NewsWorks, a grass-roots nonprofit organization that empowers elementary and middle school students to become researchers, writers, critical thinkers, and confident communicators who advance health understanding and literacy through their factual publications and digital media. Prior to joining the University of Pennsylvania, Moriah served as the Master of Public Health Coordinator, Harrisburg Campus, for the Department of Public Health at Temple University. In this role, she was responsible for academic recruitment, advisement, and teaching graduate public health courses. Moriah was previously a Project Manager for the Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization, The Food Trust, where she worked with emergency food providers to build community relationships and capacity to increase access to healthy, fresh food.