Sophie Godley Represents BUSPH at Anti-Poverty Conference

Posted on: April 11, 2014 Topics: Community Health Sciences

Sophie Godley, clinical assistant professor of community health sciences, represented BUSPH at the 2014 “Disrupting the Poverty Cycle” conference organized by the Crittenton Women’s Union, a Boston-based nonprofit agency working to tackle poverty and empower low-income families.


Godley spoke on a panel of experts trying to find ways to help teenage mothers achieve economic mobility.

The conference aims to bring together academics, program leaders, public officials and low-income individuals to devise strategies to move people from poverty to economic independence.