Arletha Livingston, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.B.A.

Arletha Livingston, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor

Family Medicine


Innovation Learning Laboratory for Population Health
Location: 1513 E. Cleveland Ave., Bldg. 100A, Suite 306
Phone: (404) 756-1221


Emory University
Degree: MBA in General Business Management/Healthcare 

Emory University
Degree: MPH in Behavioral Science/Health Education

Temple University
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Social Science 

Temple University
Degree: Master of Arts in Social Science 

Spelman College 
Degree: Bachelor of Arts in History


Research Interests

Promoting community empowerment, commitment to social innovation, respect for cultural diversity, and devotion to systems change and policy change to promote health, prevent disease, and address systemic social problems.


Williams-Livingston, A., Ervin, C., McCray, G. (2018) Bridge Builders to Health Equity: High School Community Health Worker Training Program Submitted to the Journal of Family and Community Health

Xu J., Williams-Livingston A., Rust G., Gaglioti A. (2018) A Practical Risk Stratification Approach for Implementing a Primary Care Chronic Disease Management Program in an Underserved Community Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 29(1): 202-213

Dancey-Scott N., Williams-Livingston A., Dutcher, G (2017) Enhancing the Capacity of Community Organizations to Evaluate HIV/AIDS Information Outreach: A Pilot Experiment in Expert Consultation Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 36(3-4): 217-230

Honors and Awards

  • Emory University Diversity Award
  • Morehouse School of Medicine Rising Star Award
  • Georgia State University, Fellow of The Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Destiny Fund, Atlanta Women’s Foundation
  • Fellow Engendering Africana Studies Institute, Cornell University, Africana Studies and Research Center Ithaca, NY
  • Chancellor’s Fellowship, University System of Georgia Faculty Seminar to Kenya/Tanzania
  • Who Among University Teachers
  • Invited Participant, Facilitator in the NAWE: Advancing Women in Higher Education Leadership Institute
  • Award in Appreciation of Excellent Service to the Office of Black Student Services, Loyola Marymount University
  • Award of Appreciation for Excellent Teaching and Distinguished Service, Loyola Marymount University
  • College of Arts and Sciences Certificate of Merit in Teaching, Temple University