Dr. Grim is a dedicated public health advocate and highly regarded educator. With a deep commitment to Ohio's communities, she is determined to tackle the state's most pressing challenges and create a future where all families can thrive.
Throughout her career, Dr. Grim has held various key positions in public health, both in government and the non-profit sector. Her extensive experience includes working in university research settings and collaborating with healthcare providers who are equally passionate about improving public health outcomes. Notably, Dr. Grim served as an at-large member of Toledo City Council, where she played a pivotal role in establishing the city's first independent health committee.
As the Health Promotion & Access Chair on the City Council, Dr. Grim spearheaded an influential medical debt relief initiative in collaboration with Lucas County. This groundbreaking effort made a significant impact on improving medical care for underserved populations in Toledo and surrounding areas.
Originally from Ashland, Ohio, Dr. Grim has an impressive educational background. She earned a doctorate in law and policy from Northeastern University and holds a master's degree in public health from the University of Toledo.
Dr. Grim resides in Toledo with her husband, Ben Krompak, along with their beloved dog, Maximum Rocknroll ("Max"). Her unwavering dedication to public health and her extensive experience make her a valuable asset to Ohio's efforts in creating healthier, thriving communities.