Nadia Salibi, Chief Program Officer
Nadia has worked in the social service sector for more than 15 years, having overseen complex county and nonprofit healthcare initiatives. Her experience has focused on program evaluation and community research for government agencies, nonprofits, and foundations that are working to address health disparities and understand community needs. She has served as the evaluator on a federally funded border health prenatal care initiative and brings additional experience in county health care access programs and local nonprofit community health projects.
At the University of Chicago Medicine (UCM) Nadia developed and managed the Community Benefit department and was responsible for developing UCM’s community benefit strategic plan and facilitating community benefit programming and evaluation throughout the enterprise.
Nadia joined CitySquare in June 2017 and was responsible for developing CitySquare’s health portfolio of programs. This includes growing the CitySquare Community Clinic as a medical home for the uninsured, ensuring quality health delivery is provide to our neighbors most in need, and integrating health promotion activities to support prevention practices.
Currently, Nadia serves as CitySquare’s Chief Program Officer where she leads and supports all CitySquare programs around health, hunger, housing and hope.
She holds an M.P.H. in Health Policy and Management from Columbia University and a B.S.E. in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.