Kaylin Winters is a driven and accomplished student currently pursuing a master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy and Management at Jackson State University from Cleveland, Mississippi. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration, showcasing a commitment to servant leadership throughout her undergraduate years, including a notable tenure as the President of the JSU Healthcare Administration Association.
As a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Kaylin actively contributes to the Jackson MS Alumnae Chapter, particularly on the physical and mental health committee. Professionally, she works as a Health Planner at the Mississippi State Department of Health in Health Policy and Resource Development. Her roles extend to ambassadorial positions for The Community Health Center Association of Mississippi and Central Mississippi Health Services, Inc. REPAAIR initiative. Kaylin has also made significant contributions as a fellow in the Jackson State University CHAMPIONS COVID-19 fellowship and COVID-19 Student Faculty Taskforce.
Her outstanding achievements include being selected as an intern with the COVID-19 Operations Team for the Executive Office of the President at the White House, participating in the Biden-Harris Administration Summer 2022 internship program. A Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) scholar and recipient of the Novartis Mentorship Scholarship program, Kaylin remains dedicated to advocating for underserved populations, reducing health disparities, and promoting equitable healthcare. She actively recruits for the School of Public Health at Jackson State University through the GEER project and has completed an internship with Gilead Sciences as a Global Strategic Marketing Intern.
Kaylin’s unwavering commitment seeks to ensure that individuals facing limited resources receive the highest quality healthcare, contributing to the establishment of equitable societies.