Victoria Lowerson Bredow is co-author with Martha S. Feldman of "Building a Health Community" the first place winner in the 2012 Best Teaching Case competition. This case presents recurrent points of tension around resident representation in a community planning process and highlights important junctures where barriers to resident inclusion are confronted. As funding agencies increasingly focus on community-based projects, they often have clear ideas of how these processes should unfold.
Victoria Lowerson Bredow, MPH, Ph.D. is currently the Director of Engaged Scholarship, at the Newkirk Center for Science and Society, and lecturer at University of California, Irvine. She received her PhD from UCI’s department of Planning, Policy and Design in the School of Social Ecology in December 2015. Victoria is interested in issues of community engagement and collaboration in public policy, planning, and research. Specifically she is interested in practices of inclusion and exclusion in pursuit of social justice.