Meet the people who make this network work.


Ámbar Delgado, CCHW | Network Manager, |Tobacco Free Rhode Island

Ámbar Delgado, CCHW
Network Manager, Tobacco Free Rhode Island
American Lung Association

Ámbar is a Certified Community Health Worker with an educational background in Microbiology and Public Health. She received education from the University of Puerto Rico, Brown University, and Harvard University TH Chan School of Public Health.

Ámbar’s professional background includes more than 8 years in applied research, direct resident engagement, coalition building, and grant management. Ámbar has experience leading Health Equity Zone initiatives in the 02907 Zip Code in Providence related to COVID-19 response, asthma, air quality, and social determinants of health. Ámbar is a fierce advocate for mitigating health disparities and a talented community mobilizer.




Zoe Moreau | Community Outreach Specialist | Tobacco Free Rhode Island

Zoe Moreau
Community Engagement Specialist
Tobacco Free Rhode Island

As the daughter of a heavy smoker and the granddaughter of someone with very weak lungs genetically, it was never a hard decision to not start using tobacco. The only hard part was finding enough time in my fast-paced New England life to advocate and educate as much as I could.

My journey began my freshman year of high school and is still going strong while in college. I started off in my school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) chapter and quickly branched out to several other relating organizations, one being Tobacco Free Rhode Island (TFRI). After partnering with all of them, I was able to not only spread awareness about vaping throughout my town’s middle and high school, but on a state and federal level as well. Although I connected with many clubs, coalitions, and organizations, TFRI was where my love for prevention found a home.

Public health is my passion; taking down Big Tobacco fuels me; engaging the community enriches my life; and saving just one person through cessation makes it all worth it.





Daniel Fitzgerald, MPH, ICPS | Interim Network Director | Tobacco Free Rhode Island | American Lung Association

Daniel Fitzgerald, MPH, ICPS
Tobacco Free Rhode Island Team Supervisor
Director, Advocacy | Rhode Island & Massachusetts
American Lung Association

Dan led the TFRI Network from 2017-2020 before transitioning into his current role as the Lung Association’s Director of Advocacy in RI and MA. Dan’s educational background is in prevention science, social marketing, nonprofit management, and public health. Dan has worked at the state, local, and national level with nonprofits and state and federal agencies.

In his career, Dan has served as a lead activism trainer and has traveled coast to coast delivering training and technical assistance to hundreds of thousands of students, educators, and medical professionals. Recently, Dan was recognized for his impact in the world of tobacco control and received the C. Everett Koop Unsung Hero Award in honor of the late United States Surgeon General. The Rhode Island General Assembly named Dan the “Advocate of the Year” while he was in high school and as the state’s “Champion for Children and Youth” in 2018.

Dan volunteers his time with a variety of nonprofits including serving as the National Board Chair of SADD, Chair of his local YMCA, Vice Chair of Wood River Health, Treasurer of the Rhode Island Certification Board, and as a community advisor to Brown University's School of Public Health.


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