Zamir M. Brown

Senior Program Associate

Zamir M. Brown, MPH, FRSPH, is a Senior Program Associate at the de Beaumont Foundation, where he works on a portfolio of programs and partnerships that bolster the field and practice of public health to foster health and racial equity.

Before joining the de Beaumont Foundation, Zamir worked as a Health Policy Fellow for the National Health Law Program’s National Policy Team. In that position, he played a leading role in the organization’s health equity and social determinants of health portfolio to advance progressive Medicaid policies and partnerships to address the unique needs of populations most affected by disparities. Zamir also served in numerous capacities on the local, state, and national level for organizations such as the American Public Health Association; AmeriCorps-Public Allies; and the State of North Carolina’s Office of the Governor, General Assembly, and Department of Health and Human Services to develop policies, practices, and programs to foster community health and well-being.

Zamir holds a Master of Public Health degree from The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and minor in Chemistry from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an Associate of Science degree from Durham Technical Community College in Pre-Medical Studies.