Farah Erzouki


Occupation: Public Health Coordinator

University: Alumni of the University of Michigan

Organization: ACCESS

Links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farah-erzouki-mph-a19a8665/

Farah Erzouki is an Iraqi American daughter of immigrants born and raised in Michigan. She is an alumna of the University of Michigan, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 2014 along with a Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology in 2016. During her time at the university, Farah was involved in social justice and human rights work on campus, and this work has translated into her career as a public health professional. Farah is currently a Public Health Coordinator at ACCESS, an Arab American health and human services nonprofit organization based in the metro Detroit area. Through her role at the Community Health & Research Center (CHRC), she coordinates and manages various public health initiatives and programs such as the Health Care Navigator Program and the Health Advocacy Program, among others. She also facilitates the department’s research partnerships and initiatives with various public health stakeholders. She is passionate about the intersections of health equity and social justice. Farah Erzouki is an Iraqi American daughter of immigrants born and raised in Michigan. She is an alumna of the University of Michigan, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 2014 along with a Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology in 2016. During her time at the university, Farah was involved in social justice and human rights work on campus, and this work has translated into her career as a public health professional.

Farah is currently a Public Health Coordinator at ACCESS, an Arab American health and human services nonprofit organization based in the metro Detroit area. Through her role at the Community Health & Research Center (CHRC), she coordinates and manages various public health initiatives and programs such as the Health Care Navigator Program and the Health Advocacy Program, among others. She also facilitates the department’s research partnerships and initiatives with various public health stakeholders. She is passionate about the intersections of health equity and social justice.