Guedy Arniella
Director, Community Health & Outreach Faculty, Harlem Residency in Family Medicine, Family Health Center of Harlem

Guedy is the organizational lead for the Institute for Family Health’s (IFH) involvement in the Health Justice Network, the largest known investment in primary health care for reentering individuals, a collaboration orchestrated by the Manhattan District attorney’s office in 2018 to provide health, education, housing and employment opportunities to those returning from incarceration. Guedy is a Clinical Social Worker with wide-ranging experience working in East and Central Harlem and the South Bronx. She is also the Director of Community Health & Outreach at IFH focused on combating the social determinants of health in the Black and Brown communities. Guedy has been a member of the NYCEAL research team (an NIH funded Community Engagement Alliance Against COVID 19 initiative) for the past almost 3 years. She has extensive research experience and has served as a co-principal investigator on numerous NIH and CDC grants aimed at addressing health disparities.

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