Mia Wilson is a clinical research assistant at PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Ms. Wilson joined the maternal & child health team in January 2023 to facilitate and implement projects that aim to improve the health and well-being of mothers, caregivers and parents. The two projects she is working on are HealthySteps, a pediatric primary care model that supports healthy early childhood development, positive parenting and caregiver well-being; and the Community Clinical Systems Integration – Home Visiting (CCSI-HV), a model that utilizes evidence-based nurse-led home visiting services as part of the clinical care team within CHOP's pediatric primary care network.
Ms. Wilson graduated from Elon University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Art in Public Health. She has had previous experience in undergraduate research analyzing maternal health disparities within the Black community and other communities of color, which was titled, "Un-Masking the Origins of Maternal Morbidity Inequities (UMOMMI)." She also has experience as an intern with the maternal health organizations Black Mothers in Power and Women & Children’s Center Moses Cone Hospital Doula Services. She plans to pursue her master’s degree and PhD in Public Health.