CHW Instructor & Research Consultant
Clevanne ‘ Cle’ Julce brings over 15 years of experience in research, public health practice, and community programming spaces to the CWI team. Cle is a member of the American Public Health Association and Dana Farber Cancer Institute Alumni planning committee. She is passionate about promoting racial justice and is committed to scaling sustainable health interventions for under-resourced, marginalized, and historically underrepresented populations through community-driven initiatives.
Cle’s public health career started as a ClimbCorps Team Associate at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she delivered wellness presentations and physical activity challenges to corporate offices, schools, and community organizations throughout Boston to promote cardiovascular health. Cle’s work continued at Cambridge Health Alliance as an Event Coordinator for the Volunteer Health Advisor program and a Community Health Worker for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention High Impact Prevention program. As an instructor, Cle also supports the delivery of Community Health Worker Core Competency sessions for the Center for Health Impact.
Cle holds a Graduate Certificate and Master of Public Health in Program Management from Boston University. She is a 2nd-year doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School. Using mixed methods approaches, her dissertation will focus on implementing preconception mental health care delivery into clinical practice to mitigate the adverse prevalence of perinatal mental health conditions for birthing persons.
Cle is an avid traveler and self-designated ‘foodie’ who spends her free time documenting and photographing her global adventures.