About Josue Espinoza, MHA

Josue (he/him) is an Administrative Manager at Mass General with oversight of clinical, education, research, and community health initiatives. A native of Southern California, Josue has studied health sciences and public health throughout the course of his academic career. After completing his bachelor’s degree at Boise State University, Josue studied at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to understand the connection between public health and administration in healthcare. There, he earned Master of Healthcare Administration, while also pursuing education and mentorship development competencies. In the Endocrine Division, Josue oversees various clinical programs and practices. Other leadership roles he holds include directing the MGH Graduate Administrative Internship and managing the MGH Transgender Health Program. Josue is a subject matter expert in LGBTQ+ health and policy matters, immigrant health, social and racial justice, and is a leader in these areas within the MGH Office of Equity & Inclusion. His professional interests include supporting clinicians, public health initiatives, mentorship and education development, advancement of science, and excellence in everyday work.