Our vision is a world in which all women and children experience a life free from socially imposed impediments to their health, development and wellbeing. Our mission is to partner with international, federal, state, and local agencies to educate future leaders in public health and to conduct applied population-based research aimed at eliminating women’s and children’s health disparities.
Hogue Receives Highest Honor at Emory
Dr. Carol J. Rowland Hogue was honored as the 2017 recipient of the Jefferson Award, the highest honor awarded to Emory faculty and staff for significant service to the University. When Dr. Hogue joined Emory University in 1992, she established the Women's and Children's Center with the goal of continuing her pursuit of promoting the health and well-being of women and children through instruction, research and practice. read more
WCC In the News
Featuring Dr. Carol Hogue
MPH'18, Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
Diana rapidly developed a passion for empowering families to become stronger advocates for their children’s holistic development. While participating in the MCH program she hopes to strengthen her critical thinking skills that are essential for facilitating interdisciplinary collaborations to advance effective change at the individual and community level.