Carolyn Nganga-Good
Carolyn Nganga-Good is a registered nurse and public health nurse administrator with extensive nursing and health management experience. She is currently a Branch Chief at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Bureau of Health Workforce in the Division of Practitioner Data Bank where she oversees the Policy and Dispute Branch. She previously worked at HRSA’s Division of Nursing and Public Health where she oversaw nursing education and practice programs. Prior to her federal service, she worked at Baltimore City Health Department, Bureau of HIV/STD Services as the Health Programs Bureau Administrator. While there she implemented the first routine HIV testing in Emergency Departments program. Before she left, she was overseeing various aspects of the HIV and STD prevention services in the City of Baltimore. She also worked as a critical care nurse before she transitioned to public health nursing and policy administration.

Carolyn has a doctorate degree in public health from Morgan State University, a Master of Science in Community/ Public Health Nursing and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Maryland, School of Nursing, and an Associate of Science degree in Nursing from Baltimore City Community College. She is certified in public health.

Carolyn is one of the 25 national Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Nurse Leaders (2015-2017) and is a member of several professional groups, and associations. Among her research interests are workforce development, health systems strengthening, HIV and STD prevention, implementation science, global health, social justice, and addressing health disparities, health equity, and social/structural determinants of health. She is a mentor and is passionate about people and their success in all aspects of their lives.