Thomas Oh is a founder of The Hepatitis B Initiative in DC/MD/VA. Seeing the devastating impact of hepatitis B on family and friends as well as being passionate about disease prevention and health promotion, Thomas is deeply committed to raising awareness about hepatitis B.
Thomas said, “If you show the world that we can end this disease, you will unleash the energy and the caring and the commitment we need to meet that goal. So keep on fighting, and never lose heart when things go wrong. This is a tough time for nonprofits and we need your support to continue our fight. We’re not done, and we will not stop working, until hepatitis B is eradicated.”
He received a MPH in Environmental Occupational Health from George Washington University. He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist. In addition, he served as Program Chair for the American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian Caucus of the American Public Health Association.