A leader in nonprofit and academic organizations for over two decades, Paul works in the intersection between nonprofit and volunteer management, public health and patient activation in order to help organizations maximize their messaging and influence with targeted online audiences. His in-depth experiences across various sectors (healthcare, music, art, academia, government and youth organizations) gives him a unique perspective on how to optimize engagement with targeted networks.
Paul currently serves as the digital marketing and communications specialist for UC Davis Graduate Studies and the blog editor for the UC Davis LGBTQ+ Health Initiative and Improving OUTcomes. He is the vice-chair of the UC Davis Health Vice Chancellor LGBTQ+ Health Advisory Council and is a regular campus presenter for the UC Davis Campus Communicators, Improving OUTcomes Conference and UC Davis Forum on Social Media, contributing Continuing Medical Education lectures and workshops about the influence of the internet on social wellness, fundraising, and building safe spaces for minority populations. He is pursuing a doctorate in education with an emphasis on building social capacity in organizations that elevate cultural competencies and improve the climate, mindful of how virtual population health can influence an institution and partner communities.
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