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Youlim Song

Peer Integration

Youlim Song is a project manager at the National Council for Mental Wellbeing providing project management and subject matter expertise support to a variety of national health equity initiatives at the intersection of public health, mental health and substance use challenges. She has previously worked at the Child and Family Traumatic Stress Center at Kennedy Krieger Institute as a research coordinator. Youlim brings passion and experience in grounding public health initiatives in person-centered and trauma-informed perspectives. Youlim holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Johns Hopkins University in Neuroscience and Psychology.

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