Meet the Team

Madison Louis, MPH, Interim Program Director
molouis@partners.org

Having worked in the public and private sector, for a start-up organization and large systems, and at the international, state, and community levels, Madison O. Louis, MPH has dedicated her career to advancing public health and health equity. She recognizes the complex nature of issues and the importance of listening to those closest to the issue to achieve the best—the most equitable and long-lasting—results. In addition to working to advance maternal and child health equity in Greater Boston, Madison loves being with her family, including her kids who are the bee’s knees.

Erika Leon, Family Partner
edleon@bwh.harvard.edu

Erika Leon started working in health care in 2011 at Mattapan Community Health Center as a Medical Assistant. Beginning in an Adult Primary Care/Substance Abuse Clinic, she later transferred to Pediatrics and then to OB/GYN.  During her time as an OBGYN Medical Assistant, Erika knew OB was her passion and that she wanted to do more for moms and babies, especially for those who had complex medical and social needs. In 2017, Erika moved into the role of the Stronger Generations Perinatal Case Manager at Mattapan Community Health Center. She is thrilled to be continuing her work with Stronger Generations, supporting and empowering families, and helping the team launch this exciting program!  Outside of work, Erika enjoys being a mom of two boys who are her world—Aiden and Ezequiel.

Proud2Parent Council

The Proud2Parent council is a group of individuals who represent the many families Stronger Generations partners with in each of our programs. The council works collectively to plan and put on the annual STEPS Young Parent Event, and to guide the development and implementation of Stronger Generations programming. The goal of the council is to lift up the council members’ lived experiences, community voice, and past program engagement to ensure that Stronger Generations continues to provide respectful, relevant, and responsive programming. Council members meet 1-2 times per month and receive a stipend in appreciation for their time. To learn more about the Proud2Parent council please contact us!