Julie White has more than 23 years of experience with medical and behavioral health care across the criminal justice spectrum, from diversion through reentry. She has academic, grants, and consulting experience in the criminal justice and behavioral health fields.
She currently oversees the day-to-day operations, strategy, standards, and administrative practices for the Health and Criminal Justice Program at UMASS Medical School. She also oversees operations for the Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health and its Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health, and is a consultant with the Center for Health Law Economics regarding the intersect of justice involved individuals, Medicaid and behavioral health services.
Prior to joining UMASS Medical School, Julie owned and operated her own consulting business, and focused primarily on program development for the delivery of medicated assisted treatment for justice involved populations. She taught in the Sociology and Criminal Justice Department at UMASS Boston from 2007 through 2016. Julie has a BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice from SUNY Geneseo in New York and a MSW And graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies from Syracuse University.