Andrea Freeman, MA Public Health Association
Andrea Freeman, MS, is the Field Director for the Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA). She is responsible for building and supporting statewide coalitions and regional networks of individuals and organizations to advise and assist MPHA in setting and advancing policy priorities. In this role, Andrea travels extensively throughout Massachusetts to establish and maintain relationships with partners; provide technical assistance; and serve as the coordinator for the statewide Act FRESH Campaign for healthy eating and active living. She has 20 years of experience in growing networks and assisting nonprofits and agencies in Massachusetts and nationally. For nine years she was the Director of the Putnam Conservation Institute for The Trustees of Reservations (MA). Prior to that she was the Director of Training & Conferences for the Land Trust Alliance (DC). She earned a BA degree from St. Lawrence University (NY) and an MS in natural resource policy and planning from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.