Black Champions For Health: Barbara Tinney

Executive Director of New Haven Family Alliance and an adjunct faculty member in the Southern Connecticut State University, Department of Social Work.

Barbara Tinney.

New Haven Healthy Start

"Celebrating Black Champions for Health" series

Barbara Tinney, Executive Director of New Haven Family Alliance and an adjunct faculty member in the Southern Connecticut State University, Department of Social Work. Her concern about quality of life issues for New Haven's children and families prompted her return to the public sector in 1993. Her service to the New Haven community has been recognized by a number of organizations including The State of Connecticut General Assembly, The City of New Haven's Aldermanic Board, New Haven Chapter of the NAACP, The Greater New Haven Business and Professional Association, Aids Interfaith, The Elm City Clubs of the Nation Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Chi Omicron Chapter, The Help Alliance and the Perfect Blend. With her experience and knowledge this is why she is one of our #blackchampions4health.

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