Andy Baker-White, JD, MPH
Andy Baker-White, J.D., M.P.H., practiced law at Legal Aid of the Bluegrass in eastern Kentucky for five and a half years where he provided civil legal representation to victims of domestic violence, tenants in federal housing and residents of long-term care facilities. He also provided training and education on domestic violence and federal housing law as well as the education rights of homeless children. In 2006 he moved to Washington state where he practiced Medicaid law before enrolling at the University of Washington’s School of Public Health. In 2010 he received his M.P.H. as part of the Community Oriented Public Health Practice (COPHP) program. Through the COPHP program Andy worked on several public health policy issues including emergency preparedness for low-literacy populations, local health department strategic planning, the feasibility of local ordinances for paid sick leave and the health impact of the implementation of India’s domestic violence law.