Arti Shah, MPH, CHES is the Director of Education for ITHS. In this role, Arti oversees the translational workforce development education programs across WWAMI region. Arti provides strategic direction and leadership to all programs and applies adult learning theory by integrating interactive tools. She strives to facilitate bi-directional collaboration across the region and serves as an internal consultant on educational programs across the ITHS teams and partners.
Arti has over 9 years of experience leading public health programming ranging from health education, workforce development, global development, and experience in cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary, and diverse collaborative settings. She has worked in a variety of non-profit, academic, healthcare, government, and service-based agencies including the Washington Poison Center, Region IV Public Health Training Center, Emory University, Georgia Department of Public Health, Alabama Department of Public Health, United States Peace Corps, and the Institute for Health Measurement. Arti currently serves on the Council Advisory Board for the North Seattle Boys and Girls Club.
Arti Shah earned her Master’s in Public Health from Emory University, concentrating her studies in Behavioral Science and Health Education.