Assistant Professor of Public Health, Division of Health Behavior and Community Health NYMC School of Health Sciences & Practice
Public health advocate and innovator who is finding new ways to use online platforms to fight the disproportionately high rate of HIV in African American women in the United States.
Keosha T. Bond, Ed.D., M.P.H., CHES, is a health education specialist and behavioral scientist who has centered her work on the complex intersections of race, sexuality, social justice and health disparities among marginalized populations. She is the principal investigator of a formative research study that explores the barriers and facilitators to black women's use of oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). With a focus on understanding how socio-structural and cultural factors influences the HIV epidemic, Dr. Bond's most recent work has concentrated on the development of innovative health education interventions using online technology and social media for a broad dissemination of behavior change interventions.