Bridget Rogala, MPH
Bridget Rogala, MPH, earned a Master’s of Public Health from California State University, Long Beach, and has been working in the field of substance use and HIV prevention since 2001. Additionally, she is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist and Certified HIV Test Counselor. Her current positions include Project Director of iSTAR Women’s Program at the Substance Abuse Foundation of Long Beach, and part-time faculty member in the Health Science Department at CSULB. iSTAR Women’s Program provides integrated outpatient treatment services for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders; and HIV/hepatitis risk reduction for minority women. She is also a member of the Long Beach Comprehensive HIV Planning Group.