Max Alderman. Max Alderman is currently the Diabetes Program Coordinator in the Division of Prevention and Wellness at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. His primary responsibilities involve leading the efforts to scale and sustain the Diabetes Prevention Program throughout the state, as well as providing subject matter expertise and technical assistance to health care and community-based organizations regarding clinical-community linkages.
Max has a Masters in Public Health in Social/Behavioral Sciences and Health Policy/Management from Boston University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science from Trinity College, Connecticut.
Max currently resides in Boston and is an avid cyclist, hiker, and Boston sports fan.
SPARK IMPACT AWARDS
SPARK Boston is Mayor Walsh’s millennial engagement initiative. Our mission is to engage the next generation of civic leaders and social entrepreneurs in the work of city government. From dedicated public servants to community builders and connectors, millennials are some of Boston’s most impactful citizens. Each year, the City of Boston celebrates the millennial contribution to our city with the Annual SPARK Impact Awards.