Anastasia Brennan serves as the TRAIN Program Manager for Public Health Foundation (PHF). Her role functions on the programmatic side of the TRAIN Learning Network, supporting the capacity building and workforce development services of TRAIN through engagement and collaboration across the TRAIN’s diverse network of affiliates, course providers, PHF staff, and more. She works to engage the voices and perspectives across the network in order to continually enhance the unique and high-quality platform of TRAIN.
Ms. Brennan interned with PHF in 2020 on the Maryland Mid-Shore Rural Health Collaborative project while completing her Master’s program and permanently joined the team in 2021. Prior to joining PHF, Ms. Brennan had five years’ experience serving as a nurse clinician, specializing in pediatric care at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s, both based out of Milwaukee, WI.
Ms. Brennan holds a Master of Science in Nursing and a Master of Public Health dual degree from Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Nursing and JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Nursing with Milwaukee School of Engineering in 2014.