Minne Hong Ho serves as the executive director of communications for USC Student Health and is responsible for a comprehensive public health communications approach to support the health and well-being of the student population. Her role focuses on strategic public health campaigns and patient education to support the healthy communities and help remove barriers to care.
She comes to Los Angeles by way of New York and New Jersey, and previously held chief communications officer positions at Montclair State University, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, and Fordham University School of Law. Prior to her role in USC Student Health, she served as the assistant vice president for marketing in university communications at USC, overseeing central digital marketing, university web content, and communications for community, government relations and student affairs. Her career experience encompasses media and program development for community-based organizations, international NGOs, and research universities.
Minne Ho holds a dual bachelor’s degree in English and women’s studies from Columbia University and a master’s degree in communications from New York University. She is currently earning a master of public health degree in the Keck School of Medicine of USC.