Injury Prevention Coordinator, Injury Free Coalition for Kids of New York (Children's)
The Injury Free Coalition for Kids National Program Office (NPO) is housed at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. She has served as the Program Administrator of the NPO since 2002 and has gained experience in financial management as well as the implementation and evaluation of public health programs. She works closely with the Program Directors and Program Coordinators of the Injury Free sites in trauma centers across the country and in Canada to facilitate the establishment of community-based programs and strategies that create safer and healthier communities through research, education, and advocacy. As part of the NPO, she worked on the Allstate Little Hands Community Built Playground Projects assisting in coalition building and strengthening partnerships.
DiLenny is working as the Injury Prevention Coordinator for Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at New York Presbyterian. Together with Jeanne Rubsam, Drs. Duran and Stylianos, her goal is keeping the children of the Washington Heights and Inwood community safe and injury free. Ths is important to her as she grew up in the communities of Washington Heights, and Inwood. She went to Kennedy High School and holds a Bachelor's of Science from Columbia University and a Masters of Public Health in Health Policy and Management from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.
Division of Pediatric Surgery
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital
New York, NY 10032-3702