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Faith Crittenden, MD, MPH is a third-year Pediatric Resident at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Crittenden is the chair of the Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) in the American Medical Association's Resident and Fellow Section.  She is also 2023 The OpEd Project and National Black Child Development Institute Public Voice Fellow.  In 2022,  she as named 40 under 40 by National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF).  


 Dr. Crittenden seeks to educate and inform communities on how health care and health policy impacts their daily lives using a direct and level approach. Dr. Crittenden’s anti-racism work spans from writing policies that moved organized medicine forward on health equity, advocating for her patients in real-time, public speaking, and writing.  She believes that all doctors should be educated on health policy.  

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CONNECT WITH DR. CRITTENDEN

Dr. Crittenden lives in Connecticut. She is available for speaking engagements.


Dr. Crittenden works full-time as a medical resident, but she is available to consult on a variety of projects, including  anti-racism health policy and health equity discussions, keynotes, and presentations, podcasts, roundtables, and panels.


To inquire about partnering with Dr. Crittenden, please contact us below.

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CURRENT RESEARCH, HONORS, AWARDS

2023 THE OP ED PROJECT & NBCDI

Public Voices Fellow

2023 AAP HEALTH EQUITY GRANTEE

Understanding the association between food insecurity and diabetes distress in youth with type 2 diabetes

2022 NATIONAL MINORITY QUALITY FORUM

40 Under 40 Leader in Health Equity

2010 BILL AND MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION

Gates Millennium Scholar

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