Niiobli Armah


With a focus on equity, Niiobli leads nationwide trainings and provides thought leadership to organizations on how to drive programs to build equity in communities.


Niiobli has ten years of experience working in communities on a wide array of public health issues. He is the former Director of Health Programs for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) where he managed their national policy and advocacy work primarily focused on Childhood Obesity, HIV & AIDS, Health Care Reform and Health Equity. He was actively involved in designing the NAACP’s model for healthcare reform implementation.  In 2014 Niiobli was the recipient of The White House Champions of Change award designated to community leaders who are dedicated to improving access to health care.

He is a graduate of the Southern University Nelson Mandela School of Public Policy with a BA in Political Science and a MA in Social Science. Niiobli has an Executive Certificate in Community Health Leadership from the Morehouse School of Medicine.

Trainer and Facilitator

Health Equity