Skip to content

Fatimah Loren Dreier

Executive Director, ​ Health Alliance for Violence Intervention (HAVI)

Fatimah Loren Dreier, is the Executive Director of the Health Alliance for Violence Intervention (HAVI) and a Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellow in Health Equity Leadership at the Yale School of Management. The HAVI is a national network of hospital-based violence intervention programs (HVIPs) serving violently injured patients by addressing the social determinants of health. Through innovative community/hospital partnerships, the HAVI has expanded health-based, trauma-informed care by cultivating a powerful national alliance of violence intervention specialists, ER doctors, trauma surgeons, and researchers within communities impacted by violence. She is a psychotherapist by training and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Leader.

Prior to joining the HAVI, Fatimah was Deputy Director of Equal Justice USA, a national criminal justice reform organization in which she led an award-winning initiative on trauma and police-community relations. She is a psychotherapist by training and a proud Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Her work has been featured in NY Times, CNN, NBC News, Health Affairs, WHYY (NPR), PBS, The Trace, and The Grio.