Johanna Pringle is RISE's co-director of administration and the project director for the Engaging Georgia's Faith Communities for Promoting Reproductive Health study.
Prior to joining RISE, Pringle served as the Title V director for Georgia’s Maternal and Child Health Services Program. Pringle earned an M.P.H from the University of Florida and was named AMCHP's Region IV Young MCH Professional in 2016. As the Title V director, Johanna was a member of Georgia’s MCH leadership team that set strategic priorities for Georgia's women and children. Pringle previously held the director of Child Health Screening position with Georgia’s Department of Public Health. In this role, Pringle led the expansion of newborn screening and medical food coverage, supported initiatives in birth defect surveillance, infant mortality and children with special healthcare needs services. She has more than 10 years of experience in maternal and child health and dedicates her career to improving health outcomes for women and children. Johanna served on the AMCHP Best Practices Committee and Evidence-Based Workgroup as well as the CityMatCH Science Action Committee. She has also been a member of the Emory MCH Center of Excellence Community Advisory Committee.