Elouise Joseph, M.D.

City Leader


In 2002, Dr. Joseph helped bring the All Stars Talent Show Network to the poor communities of the San Francisco Bay Area. Since then, All Stars has produced dozens of auditions, performance workshops and talent shows and touched the lives of thousands of young people in Oakland and neighboring communities. In 2008, Dr. Joseph expanded the ASTSN to the city of San Francisco, reaching out to the African American, Latino and Asian communities in Bayview/Hunters Point, Visitacion Valley, the Mission, and Richmond districts. In 2009, she launched the Bay Area Development School for Youth (DSY).

As City Leader of the All Stars Project of the San Francisco Bay Area, Elouise’s work for the All Stars has been featured in articles in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Oakland Tribune, The Oakland Post and HP Journal. She has been interviewed by local radio and television broadcasters including Barbara Rogers, CBS5TV and KTSF (Chinese TV).

Dr. Joseph has devoted her personal and professional life to the physical, social and emotional development of children, teens and young adults and has had a distinguished career as a pediatrician in addition to her dedication to All Stars. In 2005, she was honored by the Santa Clara Medical Association for her outstanding community service.

Elouise was born and raised in rural Louisiana. She received her M.D. from Stanford University and her Masters of Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley.

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