Tracee Hall

Associate Professor

Tracee Hall serves as the Director of Community Partnerships in the Department of Population Health at the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School. Ms. Hall previously served as the Director of Public Health and Community Engagement in the Health Disparities Division. Prior to Dell Medical School, Ms. Hall served as executive director of a community based, advocacy organization in Baltimore, Maryland and worked in several capacities at a national Healthy Start Program in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her roles included health educator, special assistant to the executive director and consortium director.

Ms. Hall has extensive public health experience and has been involved in a broad array of projects including access to care, health inequities, health promotion and disease prevention. She has collaborated with local, state and national organizations in an effort to broaden community education efforts and strengthen behavioral health transformation initiatives. Also, she has extensive experience in program management, evaluation, and strategic planning. Ms. Hall has served in the academic arena as an adjunct faculty member and participated in numerous advocacy boards and government, corporate and legislative initiatives.

Ms. Hall completed her undergraduate studies in Biology at Hampton University and received her Master of Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a dual concentration in Maternal and Child Health and Health Communication/Education.