Advancement and
Alumni Engagement

Nia Bodrick 07PH

General Pediatrician
Children’s National Hospital
General Pediatrician; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Childrens National Hospital; George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Washington, DC

Nia Imani Bodrick is dedicated to achieving fair and just outcomes for children and their families, especially those in historically marginalized communities. Her journey in public health began during her undergraduate years at Hampton University, where she developed a deep passion for the field. This passion led her to pursue further education at Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health, specializing in behavioral health and sciences.

During her time at Emory, she refined her skills as a public health educator and researcher, with a specific focus on the health and development of Black youth. After completing her studies, Bodrick continued to advance her education, earning her doctor of medicine degree. She is currently a board-certified general pediatrician practicing in Washington, D.C. Additionally, she holds the position of medical director for Pediatric Innovations at the Early Childhood Innovation Network and serves as the president of the D.C. Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.