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.