Nancy Elgort

Nancy Elgort is the Operations Manager for the CoE. Prior to joining UCSF, Nancy was a creative director in the gift industry and owner of two craft stores in the Bay area. She came to UCSF in 2014 with the desire to cultivate art in a healthcare environment. In addition to managing daily operations for the CoE, Nancy creates and manages visual displays designed to enhance the healing environment throughout the Women’s Health Center. As the liaison between outside vendors and the facility, Nancy is responsible for beautification projects including the Living Wall, the Healing Garden, the Serenity Art Exhibition and window displays. She works closely with various UCSF departments, Clinical Administrative Directors and Clinical Practice Managers on the needs of the Women’s Health clinics in the Women’s Health Center to manage maintenance issues and renovation projects. In addition, Nancy organizes and hosts special CoE events held for the building and the community.

Nancy Milliken, MD

Nancy Milliken, MD is the Founding Director of the UCSG National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She is Vice Dean Emerita of the UCSF School of Medicine and Professor Emerita, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and reproductive Sciences.

In 1996, Dr. Milliken led a multidisciplinary team is successfully competing for one of the first National Centers of Excellence (CoE) in Women’s Health designations by the Federal Office of Women’s Health in the Department of Health and Human Services. Under her leadership, the UCSF CoE has developed multiple partnerships within USCF and the communities it serves and galvanized support for initiatives with impact locally, nationally and globally. The CoE’s success has included: advancing research in women’s health, implementing models of comprehensive women-focused clinical care, promoting partnerships with women and their communities on relevant health issues, designing women’s health curricula for the training of the next generation, and developing leadership potential and opportunities for women. Read more

Ramona Webb

Ramona Webb is a Poet-in-Residence at the CoE working at the intersections of performance art, culture change and improved communications around gender and racial/ethnic disparities and health disparities. She has been the MC at the Young Women’s Health & Leadership Summit for the past 8 years and a regular workshop leader for the Youth Steering Committee teaching the youth how to amplify their authentic voice.

Scholar practitioner, teaching performance artist and Afro-Creek queer activist Ramona “Mona” Webb serves as the Assistant Artistic Director of San Francisco’s Queer Cultural Center which is the producer of the National Queer Arts Festival. Mona formerly served as Artistic Director of Project ABLE and Lyrical Minded415, which is an Art Based Learning for Equity seasonal course implemented in SFUSD’s Title I Neglected school sites. For 10 years Mona served as poetry Slammaster of San Francisco. Read more

Judy Young, MPH

Judy Young, MPH is the Executive Director at the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health.

Judy joined UCSF in 2006 to be the Program Director for Fostering Excellence in Women’s Health, a multi-year, multi-million dollar national program that enhanced academic-community partnerships in women’s health across the national network of Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health. Beginning in 2009, she assumed responsibility for our Young Women’s Health and Leadership Programs. With her expertise and experience in education and community work, Judy re-envisioned the goals and curriculum of these youth programs and deepened our partnership with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and other community organizations. Under her leadership, the program received a commendation from San Francisco Unified School District and the UCSF University Community Partnerships Annual Excellence in Partnership Award. Most importantly over 3500 young women have been inspired and expanded their vision of their own possibilities. Read more