Office: Hudson College of Public Health
801 Northeast 13th Street, Room 357
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104
Halley Reeves is a community health strategist serving her home town and community, Oklahoma City. Halley brings her public health practice and economic development training to bear in her work, offering health data analysis, planning, and assessment and various approaches to thinking about community health improvement efforts. Halley served as the Chief Public Health Strategist for the Oklahoma City County Health Department and the Vice President for Community Health Impact for OU Health. Prior to her return to Oklahoma, Halley worked at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, and MIT where she focused on incorporating the social determinants of health into health care policy and developing innovative investment strategies to fund healthy community and housing development. Her work is often held up as national best practice for health in all policies efforts. She holds an MPH from the University of Washington and a Master’s in City Planning (MCP) from MIT.
Health in All Policies
Community Health Planning