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Dyala Alameddine

Dyala Alameddine, MPH

Community Outreach Manager, Youth Mental Health Academy
Child Mind Institute

Dyala Alameddine, MPH, is the Community Outreach Manager for the Youth Mental Health Academy at the Child Mind Institute. She earned her bachelor’s degree in neuroscience from the University of California, Riverside, and her master’s degree in public health with an emphasis in urban health disparities from Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science.

Dyala is committed to serving the marginalized communities of Los Angeles. In 2016 she began working with Mobile STEM Labs, a non-profit organization working to end STEM disparities in underserved schools in Los Angeles. She was a lead classroom instructor and led hands-on STEM activities with students. In addition, she oversaw K-12 curriculum development and ensured that all lessons were NGSS and Common Core based. At the peak of the pandemic and the closures of schools, Dyala returned to school for her master’s.

During graduate school, Dyala worked for the Department of Pipeline and School Partnership Programs at Charles Drew University. As the program manager for Opportunity Scholars Public Health Academy (PHA), she oversaw programming for over 40 students and 40 mentors. PHA is a grant-funded program by DPH & DMH that provides college preparedness skills for high school students within SPA 6 and 8. PHA is a yearlong program for students interested in entering the public health and mental health career field. The program also provides college-level coursesfor credit, mentorship, internship, and early admission help.

After graduation, Dyala became a Director of Program Effectiveness at Children Youth & Family Collaborative (CYFC). CYFC is a nonprofit organization providing support and resources for foster youth, incarcerated youth, and those experiencing homelessness. As Director, she oversaw programs funded by LACOE, LAUSD, and multiple school districts in Southern California. She has built relationships with community partners such as Crenshaw High School, Beyond the Bell After School Program, and many more.

The city of Los Angeles made a huge impact on Dyala and her career path. She aims to continue to serve the Los Angeles community and bridge the education gap for generations to come. Dyala also plans on pursuing her doctorate in Public Health focused on equity, advocacy, and leadership.


  • MPH, Urban Health Disparities, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
  • BA, Neuroscience, University of California Riverside