Milan Spencer is the Manager of Workforce Development and Partnerships. In her role she aides staff across departments in providing the Alliance with technical assistance across BMMA’s bucket areas, she helps map out resources and helps inform BMMA’s overarching strategic goals. She also manages relationships with BMMA partners. Milan has a BA in History with a concentration in African-American Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health Education from California State University, Long Beach. Milan’s passion work is in Maternal Child & Adolescent health, specifically addressing disparities in perinatal care and birth outcomes among Black birthing persons, Black children and Black families. She is a certified childbirth doula and a certified lactation education counselor. She is a mom of three beautiful children and in her free time enjoys reading, jigsaw puzzles and watching true crime tv.