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Non-Physician Faculty

Deborah E. Glantz, LICSW

Deborah E. Glantz, LICSWThe clinical social worker for CHA's Malden Family Medicine Center. Prior to this position, position she worked at the Malden Family Health Center for eight years and at The Malden Hospital as the maternity and OB-GYN clinic social worker. She has also worked at New England Memorial Hospital and The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. She received her MSW from The University of Maryland School of Social Work and Community Planning, Baltimore, MD. Debbie's family consists of her husband Mitch and her children, Rachel (age 24) and Josh (age 22).

Renée Cammarata Hamilton, MSW, MPA

Clinical Instructor, Community Medicine brings 12 years of experience in the public health and community development field, both stateside and abroad. She has extensive experience in data collection, evaluation, youth substance use prevention, community health improvement, grant writing, project management, and coalition building.

She received her BA from Clark University in Psychology, her MSW in Social, Economic, and Health Development at the George Warren Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and her MPA from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University in Social and Economic Development.

Currently, she directs the Cambridge Health Alliance’s Public and Community Health Improvement efforts in Malden, Massachusetts. She leads a broad based community health coalition and manages associated projects to improve community and public health. Prior to her work stateside, she served as a global health consultant conducting gender assessments with USAID and UNDP-funded projects in South Asia and East Africa. Her specialty is conducting gender and community health assessments, developing and leading train the trainer gender competency sessions, developing recommendations and providing technical assistance to properly integrate gender in development programming and sustainable community development projects.

In her free time, Renée enjoys spending time with her husband Mike and dog Barney. Mike Hamilton is a high school psychology teacher in Hopkinton, MA. He recently co-authored a preparation book for Advanced Placement Psychology courses and is a current board member for an education branch of the American Psychological Association. Together they enjoy running marathons and traveling to new places.