Omari Richins, MPH is a public health thought partner who blogs and produces a podcast on The Public Health Millennial Network, a platform he created. Omari works as a Health Improvement Program Officer for the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust. Working in the community to improve health and well-being, he is focused on groups that have been marginalized using an equity and population health lens. Through the Trust’s Healthy Places NC work, Omari engages with residents in some of North Carolina’s most vibrant yet underserved communities, to ensure that everyone has a seat at the table in improving their community’s health and well-being. Prior to this role, Omari worked as a Community Health Fellow at the Mat-Su Health Foundation after graduating with his Master’s of Public Health degree with a concentration in Health Management and Policy from the University of Florida.