Deputy Division Director for Communicable Disease Control and Prevention
Deputy Division Director for Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, and Volunteer Trainer
Darlene Fujii, RD, MEd, is the Deputy Division Director for Communicable Disease Control and Prevention with the Alameda County Public Health Department.
She has been a trainer and educator for over 35 years, integrating these skills into her work in Alameda County. She has developed and delivered training programs for adults and youth and has provided training for a diverse range of audiences. Since 1980, she has held several management level positions in the Public Health Department, working in chronic disease and obesity prevention, oral health and communicable disease control and prevention.
Darlene is a sports enthusiast and also enjoys cooking multi-ethnic foods with ingredients from her garden. She writes lyrics and often uses music in her training and coaching work.
Darlene is trained in CRR Global’s Organization Relationship System Coaching (ORSC) and is certified as a trainer with Achieve Global. She is a Registered Dietitian and holds a masters degree in education from Tufts University.