Tatiana Y. Warren, PhD, is a Business Intelligent Specialist with Bon Secours Community Works. Community Works is a subsidiary of Bon Secours Health System, a $3.2 billion dollar not-for-profit Catholic health system that owns, manages or joint ventures 18 acute care, 5 long term care, 4 assisted living, 6 retirement communities/senior housing, 14 home care and hospice services, and other facilities, primarily on the East Coast. Bon Secours Health System consists of more than 24,000 caregivers helping people in seven states. Its vision is to be a prophetic Catholic health ministry partnering with communities to create a more humane world, build health and social justice and provide exceptional value for those served.
Dr. Warren works to assess programs and services that contribute to the long-term economic, social viability, and self-sufficiency of west Baltimore residents and neighborhoods. Her training, coupled with her doctoral experience has equipped her with the building blocks to incorporate public health approaches in promoting healthy lifestyles holistically: mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. She has co-authored peer-review research projects addressing health disparities in minority populations and in faith-based settings. Ultimately, Dr. Warren wishes to establish a program of research that not only informs public policy but also eventually becomes a nationally disseminated model for improving health in populations most affected (e.g. elderly, women, and ethnic minority groups) by health disparities.
Dr. Warren’s passion and enthusiasm for public health is infectious; and she has excelled while completing her academic and clinical training. The NY Times Magazine and other media outlets have recognized Dr. Warren for her research conducted in the area of sedentary behavior and health. She has also been the recipient of a research supplement from the National Institutes of Health (NIH): National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI).
Dr. Warren is a Doctoral graduate of the Department of Exercise Science in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina (USC). She received her Bachelor of Science (‘04) and Master of Science (‘06) in Exercise Physiology from Syracuse University.
Prior to relocating to the DMV area from South Carolina, Dr. Warren worked as a Research Assistant in the Cancer Prevention & Control Program at USC. She has also worked on research projects addressing health disparities in minority populations and in faith-based settings (SISTAS: Sistas Inspiring Sistas Through Activity & Support and FAN: Faith, Activity, & Nutrition). She also served as a Course Instructor for three years at USC.
Please contact Dr. Warren for more information and a listing of her publications.