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  • Product not yet rated Contains 11 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/02/2022 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    This train-the-trainer workshop for healthcare providers, clinicians and health educators offers a comprehensive systems approach to improve quality of care, evaluate success and quality improvement strategies. Participants gain the skills to implement the SCRIPT® program with other colleagues and peers, and conduct routine assessment and evaluation in this four-hour workshop.

    This four-hour workshop is designed to train health professionals to promote, implement, and evaluate the Smoking Cessation and Reduction in Pregnancy Treatment (SCRIPT®) Program, an award-winning, evidence-based program designed to help pregnant women quit smoking.

    The training is designed to provide insight and skills on how the program can become part of routine prenatal care.

    Mirine Richey

    MPH, IBCLC

    Florida State University, Faculty

    Mirine received her Master’s in Public Health with field work in epidemiology from Florida International University. She is an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant, and currently in a research faculty position with Florida State University. Ms. Richey’s 20-year career includes work in hospitals and public health programs and her training experience includes leading the statewide implementation of SCRIPT® for Florida home visiting programs and has been a SCRIPT® trainer since 2014.

    Pamela Graef Luckett

    MCC, LPC, CTTS

    PGL Consulting LLC

    After over 20 years working in tobacco control and cessation, I understand the special needs of pregnant smokers and have been instrumental in developing protocols for cessation services specific to this population.  I have worked with the SCRIPT® program and behavioral health organizations, in the state of Mississippi, to help reduce tobacco use among pregnant smokers for 8 years and was in the first Train the Trainer workshop offered through SOPHE in 2012.  I have worked to help pregnant smokers quit and realize how hard it can be to get past an addiction and deal with pregnancy at the same time.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 10 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/01/2022 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    This four-hour counselor workshop trains healthcare providers, clinicians and health educators to integrate a SCRIPT® intervention session into their prenatal care and follow up care protocols. Participants gain the skills to use the SCRIPT® program as a routine part of their client's prenatal care – from screening to counseling to follow up.

    SOPHE's Smoking Cessation and Reduction in Pregnancy Treatment (SCRIPT®) Program offers a live virtual counselor training! This four-hour workshop trains health professionals to integrate and promote SCRIPT® in a healthcare system or client intake environment. 

    Participants gain insight and the needed skills to use the program as part of their routine prenatal care screening process.

    Note: All registrants should participate on an individual computer to facilitate breakout room interaction and role-play exercises.

    Pamela Graef Luckett

    MCC, LPC, CTTS

    PGL Consulting LLC

    After over 20 years working in tobacco control and cessation, I understand the special needs of pregnant smokers and have been instrumental in developing protocols for cessation services specific to this population.  I have worked with the SCRIPT® program and behavioral health organizations, in the state of Mississippi, to help reduce tobacco use among pregnant smokers for 8 years and was in the first Train the Trainer workshop offered through SOPHE in 2012.  I have worked to help pregnant smokers quit and realize how hard it can be to get past an addiction and deal with pregnancy at the same time.

    Sally Wagoner

    RN, Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist

    Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial Hospital, Community Health & Wellness Department (Fremont, Michigan)

    Sally Wagoner, RN,BSN,  is a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist. Until recent retirement, she was employed by Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial Hospital, Community Health & Wellness Department (Fremont, Michigan) where she provided SCRIPT counseling. She developed the tobacco cessation treatment and referral protocol for the OB Clinic, Triage and In Patient Units at Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial Hospital. 


  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Product(s)

    This bundle includes the SCRIPT® Counselor Training Modules 1 & 2 on Tuesday, November 1 and Adopting SCRIPT® in your Organization Training Workshop Modules 3 & 4 offered on Wednesday, November 2. Receive a 15% discount by purchasing the bundle of both live trainings!

    SOPHE’s evidence-based SCRIPT® Counselor Training enables you to integrate the SCRIPT® program into your routine prenatal care screening process. Upon completion of this half-day training, you can:

    • Demonstrate the latest motivational interviewing techniques with pregnant women.
    • Describe at least two strategies for baseline and follow-up smoking assessment in pregnant smokers.
    • Integrate the SCRIPT program principles in your prenatal setting.

    SOPHE's Adopting SCRIPT® in your Organization Training Workshop is a half-day workshop to train health professionals to promote, implement, and evaluate the Smoking Cessation and Reduction in Pregnancy Treatment (SCRIPT® ) Program. ,SCRIPT® is an award-winning, evidence-based program designed to help pregnant women quit smoking. The training provides skills and the insight on how the program can become part of routine prenatal care.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/21/2022 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    This webinar is part of National Health Education Week and follows the theme of this years advocacy summit focused on youth advocacy. Being a good self-advocate has big benefits for kids and adults including being more likely to do well in school, work, and life. However self-advocacy skills can be difficult to develop so it is important to learn how to foster them.

    In this webinar, students will experience how they can boldly advocate for their career goals and dreams. It is up to each person to know they are their own best advocate and should have a toolkit of tried-and-true methods and ideas for promoting their aspirations.

    Josina R. O'Connell, M.D

    Director

    Colorado Area Health Education Centers (COAHEC)

    Dr. Josina R. O'Connell is a family medicine doctor in Denver, Colorado affiliated with Denver Health. She received her medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine in 2009 and has been teaching family medicine as an assistant professor there since 2015. Additionally, Dr. O'Connell serves as the Director of the Colorado Area Health Education Centers (COAHEC). She enjoys writing, music and is passionate about supporting underrepresented and minority students finding their way to their health care careers. She is devoted to underserved medicine and addressing health inequity on all levels.

    Samantha Vernon (Moderator)

    Program Assistant

    Centennial Area Health Education Center

    Samantha is a current student finishing a Master’s in Public Health with a focus on community health education at the University of Northern Colorado. She has worked in a variety of roles within Medicare, special education, and assisted living where she developed her passion for health education. She is excited to be at Centennial Area Health Education Center where she gets to explore that passion serving the rural communities and students of Northeastern Colorado as the program assistant

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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/20/2022 at 7:00 PM (EDT)

    This session provides a quick guide approach and lessons learned when leading a CHES exam prep session. In the session, you will learn commonly asked student questions, a guide for using feedback to tailor the sessions, and how to facilitate an educational study session via Zoom.

    This session provides a quick guide approach and lessons learned when leading a CHES exam prep session. In the session, you will learn commonly asked student questions, a guide for using feedback to tailor the sessions, and how to facilitate an educational study session via Zoom. 
    By the end of this session participants will be able to: • Summarize the fundamentals to organizing a CHES study session. • Communicate responses to common test questions. • Design a study plan outline for future CHES sessions. • Recall sources of information for CHES preparation. 

    Jacquelyn Mesenbrink

    Assistant Professor of Health Sciences, Health and Kinesiology Department

    Georgia Southern University

    Jacquelyn Mesenbrink completed her DrPH and MPH at Georgia Southern University and received a B.S. in Biology from Iowa State University. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences in the Health and Kinesiology Department at Georgia Southern University. Jacquelyn has presented at various conferences throughout the country including the American Public Health Association, Georgia Public Health Association, and Georgia State University Conference. She has held a multitude of leadership positions including Employee Resource Group, Sexual Assault Response Team, GASOPHE Education and Training, Dean’s Advisory Committee, Graduate Student Organization, Georgia Public Health Association Career Development Board, Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition, and Georgia Southern University Strategic Planning Board for Teaching and Research. Jacquelyn has been awarded the Graduate Student Leadership and Service Award, APHA Sexual Violence Photovoice Award, Iowa State University Employee of the Year, and Best Graduate Poster Presentation at APHA Conference. She is both a trained Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and Sexual Assault Victim Advocate. In her previous work as a Visiting Instructor for the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, she taught a wide range of courses including health policy, health education, and community health. She also invests in serving her campus and local community as the Sexual Assault Response Team Co-Lead and advises the Sexual Assault Student Educators. As a public health leader, Jacquelyn strives to advocate for health equity, create a wellness culture, and actively engage others in changing behaviors through best-practice prevention initiatives.

     

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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/18/2022 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Hear from a health communicator why debunking misinformation is critical to our nation’s public health. Learn tools of the trade from successful communications campaigns – what worked and why. Washington Post columnist, Jennifer Rubin, writes misinformation is the innocent or willfully ignorant regurgitation of lies or disinformation as deliberate distortion.

    We learned for the past several years that misinformation or disinformation costs lives. Our role in health education is to relay factual messages to youth and adults, backed by research and science. To communicate effectively, we should follow the KIS rule, keep it simple. Our overall health depends on understanding and following trusted messengers and messages. Learn more about the research conducted on misinformation from an expert in the social and behavioral sciences field.

    Jeanine Guidry, PhD

    Assistant Professor & Director

    Virginia Commonwealth University and Media+Health Lab

    Originally from the Netherlands, Dr. Jeanine Guidry is an assistant professor at the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, director of the School's Media+Health Lab, and a member of the Institute for Women’s Health (IWH) Sexual and Domestic Violence Research Development Group.

    Her research agenda focuses on the use of visual social media and mobile technology in health, risk, and crisis communication and message design, and her dissertation research studied effective message design development for the future Zika vaccine. She regularly presents her work at national and international conferences, such as the International Communications Association (ICA) conference, the DC Health Communication (DCHC) conference, the American Public Health Association (APHA) conference, the EUPRERA (European PR) conference, AEJMC, IPRRC, and the European Association for Communication in Healthcare (EACH) Conference. In addition, her work has been published in Public Relations Review, Vaccine, the Journal of Social Marketing, Health Communication, PRism, and Communication Teacher.

    Together with Dr. Marcus Messner, Jeanine won the national first-place award in the Best Practices in Teaching Competition of AEJMC for the “Global Health and Social Media” open online course. She also won the AEJMC ComSHER Lori Eason Award for Top Student Paper in 2014.

    Jeanine received her Ph.D. in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the Department of Health Behavior and Policy in the School of Medicine at VCU, her M.S. in Health Sciences from Maastricht University in the Netherlands, and her M.P.S. in Strategic Public Relations from George Washington University.

    Jeanine and her husband Chris run a local nonprofit in Richmond, VA – consisting of a band, Offering, and a mural painting component, Arts in the Alley.

    Jennifer Schleman, MPS, APR

    Senior Vice President, Communications & Governance

    National Health Council

    Jennifer Schleman’s path to the National Health Council (NHC) began in Dayton, Ohio, where she saw firsthand what it means to watch loved one’s struggle with chronic health conditions. Several of Schleman’s close family members developed complications ranging from blood clots to diabetes. It was these experiences in her youth that poised Schleman to grow into a passionate advocate for patients across countless communities that have and continue to be marginalized by the health care system. Schleman joined the NHC in December 2016 and is the senior vice president, communications & governance. She oversees all the NHC’s marketing, communications, and public relations activities while also serving as the steward of the organization’s brand. She also leads the NHC’s governance activities by providing strategic direction and counsel to the CEO in the management and execution of the NHC’s governance requirements.

    Schleman earned a master’s in strategic public relations from The George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management and is a cum laude graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She earned her Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) in 2007. Schleman has volunteered for PRSA on the national and local levels and is a past board member of PRSA’s National Capital Chapter in Washington, D.C.

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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/17/2022 at 10:00 AM (EDT)

    This webinar is part of National Health Education Week and will provide an historical overview of HBCUs in addressing social justices and health issues, accomplishments of HBCUs in addressing health disparities, and recommendations for achieving health equity among African Americans and other racial minorities through the work and collaboration with HBCUs.

    The webinar will provide an historical overview of HBCUs in addressing social justices and health issues, accomplishments of HBCUs in addressing health disparities, and recommendations for achieving health equity among African Americans and other racial minorities through the work and collaboration with HBCUs.  Specifically, panelists will highlight programs at HBCUs that address health disparities among African Americans.  In addition, panelists will participate in an active Q&A with participants. 
    After this session, the participants will be able to:
     1. Describe the role of HBCUs in addressing health disparities the African American communities. (5.2)
    2. Recommend strategies for collaborating with HBCUs to help achieve health equity among African Americans and other racial minorities (5.2)


    Antonio Gardner, PhD

    Assistant Professor

    Mississippi State University

    Dr. Gardner is an assistant professor of health promotion at Mississippi State University. He received his PhD in Health Education and Health Promotion (2016) from the University of Alabama, MS in General Human Environmental Sciences with a Specialization in Rural Community Health (2011) from the University of Alabama, and BS in Biology (2009) from Alabama A&M University. Furthermore, he possesses Certified Health Education Specialist credential through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. Gardner’s research interests are in health equity with a focus on rural and/or African American populations. His current research examines the risky sexual behaviors and readiness of rural African American men to participate in barbershop-based HIV prevention programs, and COVID-19 disclosure decisions among rural African Americans. Previous research examined the black church’s response to the Jackson Water Crisis. He is also a co-investigator on one study that examines older rural African American adults’ attachment to place and their perceptions of well-being in relation to place, and another study which examines high school students’ interest in food and health science careers based on the delivery of tailored curricula to expose them to the professions in the respective fields.

    Dr. Deborah Fortune, Ph.D., CHES, FAAHE

    Professor

    North Carolina Central University

    Deborah A. Fortune, Ph.D., CHES, is an associate professor in the Department of Health Education at North Carolina Central University and is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist. Prior to her current position, Dr. Fortune was the director of the National HIV & CSHE Project with the American Association for Health Education. She has been a faculty member at the following institutions: East Tennessee State University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Marymount University. Dr. Fortune received her B.S. degree in Biology from Mississippi University for Women, M.S. degree in Community Health Education from the University of Southern Mississippi, and her Ph.D. in Public Health Education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Dr. Fortune has provided instructor training in comprehensive school health education (Growing Healthy curriculum and Teenage Health Teaching Modules), HIV/AIDS for African Americans, youth violence prevention, and cultural diversity in health education. Her research interests include HIV and sexual health among African American college women, youth violence prevention, professional preparation in health education, and faculty and youth mentoring. She has published and made numerous presentations on those topics.

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  • Product not yet rated Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/04/2022 at 2:30 PM (EDT)

    Tune into this live webinar for an innovative proposal to address rising mental health challenges from SOPHE’s Student Health Edu-Thon 2022 winning graduate team. Samantha Bertomen and Lisa Peters, CHFP introduce an educational and multi-faceted approach to create a better world for our youth, where mental health is no longer stigmatized, youth have access to the resources they need, and their health outcomes are improved.

    Mental health is a prevalent and persistent problem among the United States’ adolescents. Between 2009 and 2019, 40% more adolescents have experienced persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness. Since COVID-19 and the isolation that came with it, this is even greater. On Tuesday, October 4th, tune into an innovative proposal to address rising mental health challenges from SOPHE’s Student Health Edu-Thon 2022 winning graduate team. Samantha Bertomen and Lisa Peters, CHFP introduce an educational and multi-faceted approach to create a better world for our youth, where mental health is no longer stigmatized, youth have access to the resources they need, and their health outcomes are improved. 

    By the end of this webinar, audience members will understand the prevalence of mental health challenges among youth, and the primary barriers to strategies that currently address this issue.  Audience members will be able to describe key concepts from the #MyMentalHealthMatters campaign and what makes the approach unique, transformational, and effective.(1.4)  (4.1)



    Lisa Peters, CHFP

    Reimbursement Analyst

    Centura Health

    Lisa is a Reimbursement Analyst at Centura Health in Colorado. She helps Centura hospitals with Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare cost reporting, and she assists hospitals with Medicare bad debt and reimbursement analyses, wage index reviews, volume decline and geographic reclassification, and various low volume and disproportionate share hospital applications. Lisa is passionate to support Centura hospitals tackle their healthcare and reimbursement needs. Prior to Centura, Lisa worked as a Senior Healthcare Consultant through BKD CPA's and Advisors, assisting clients with their reimbursement consulting. During her time there, she also served two years as the Chair of the Foundation Committee, BKD’s charitable arm. Lisa is the Chair of the Aspiring Leaders Committee through the Healthcare Financial Management Association Colorado Chapter. She, additionally, spends time as the Senior Director of Emerging Leaders through the Colorado Public Health Association’s Board of Directors. In her free time, Lisa loves serving the community. She has served four years on the Young Professionals Board of Boys Hope Girls Hope, raising over $300,000 for Colorado high school students who overcame a challenging or disadvantaged background. Lisa is a 2019 graduate of Colorado Christian University, Denver, with bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Business Administration. She is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health through Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, specializing in Health Systems and Policy, and she expects to graduate in 2024.

    Samantha Bertomen

    Research Assistant

    Colorado School of Public Health

    Samantha is a passionate advocate for accessible, high-quality healthcare - She is continuously in active pursuit of this vision.

     Samantha will graduate with a Master’s in Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health in 2023. She currently investigates global health as a Research Assistant for the university’s Department of Community and Behavioral Health. She is also the Associate Director of the Colorado Public Health Association’s Emerging Leaders Committee, where she supports fellow public health professionals. Samantha also serves as the Project Manager for the Otowi Group where she builds relationships with clients and generates solutions to help them effectively serve their communities and provide quality public health services. 

     

    Previously, Samantha was the Community-Based Organizations Coordinator at Tri-County Health Department. Through this position, she built community partnerships, managed funding, and provided resources to support long-term recovery from COVID-19. Prior to moving to Colorado, she worked at a non-profit health insurance company, Blue Shield of California. At Blue Shield, she organized biometric screenings and flu shot events, implemented virtual wellness programs for clients and their employees, and served as a panelist at large nutrition and fitness events.

     

    Samantha aspires to one day apply her skills and experience to supporting foreign health systems and work abroad in countries that may benefit from her assistance.

    Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® (Moderator)

    Project Manager, Grants

    Society for Public Health Education

    Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® is the Project Manager, Grants at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Old Dominion University and a Master of Science in Health Promotion from Maryland University of Integrative Health. She brings several years of experience in school health, health education, and health promotion as she has authored and co-authored health education and promotion programs focused on health, wellness, and nutrition for school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. Hughes oversees the CDC Healthy Schools cooperative agreements as well as several internal committees at SOPHE; SOPHE Awards, Professional Preparation Committee, and the Student Health Edu-Thon Subcommittee.

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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/27/2022

    This live webinar presentation will cover an evidence-based scenario response that can assist at-risk Northeast Missouri adolescents with mental health challenges. The team’s proposed evidence-based app and website called Emocean is focused on assisting these adolescents with depression and anxiety.

    The proposed program, based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), provides
    module-based resources for youth including topics such as understanding emotions, retraining
    thoughts, stress relief activities, and relationships. The desired outcome for the program is to
    have an increase in mental health services in rural Northeast Missouri and decrease the reported
    instances of depression and anxiety for adolescents in the area. The potential for digital
    marketing in this area will allow for communication through multiple channels. Additionally,
    easy access to the program will eliminate any barriers on accessing the program, by providing
    links in the social media posts to the sign in page and posting step-by-step instructions on how to
    access the program.

    By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to describe the need for the digital intervention as
    evaluated by the presentation of data depicting adolescents' mental health and identify a plan to accomplish the
    intervention by detailing a plan for implementation (2.3.4) (6.1.3)

    Allison Oligschlaeger

    Student

    Truman State University

    My name is Allison Oligschlaeger and I am a senior at Truman State University.  I am a health science major with a pre-med concentration. On campus I am involved in many organizations including Phi Epsilon Kappa, Purple Pride, and Pre-SOMA. I also work as a student ambassador giving tours to potential students. In my free time I enjoy staying active, practicing photography, and enjoying time with friends. My future plans are to attend medical school and become a primary care physician. 

    Amanda Berry

    Student

    Truman State University

    Amanda Berry is a rising senior at Truman State University. She is majoring in health science with a concentration in community and worksite public health and minors in disability studies and psychology. This past summer, Amanda interned at CHADS Coalition for Mental Health focusing on health communication for youth suicide prevention programs. She will be interning at an area health education center this fall and looks forward to continuing to learn more within the field of public health.

    Kirstyn Dietle

    Student

    Truman State University

    Kirstyn is from a small Northeastern Missouri town near Hannibal, Missouri. Growing up, she lived a rural life. Having the opportunity to work with her team on this project at Truman State University meant a lot to her, as it was using real data from their part of Missouri to show how they would help youth from areas like Kirstyn grew up in. She finds the lack of resources, especially for mental health, as saddening. Kirstyn believes showing what can be done with technology interventions is something that can hopefully be utilized more in the future, especially for rural areas!

     

    Brody Asbury

    Student

    Truman State University

    Health Science Major with Minors in Biology, Psychology, and International Studies and
    President of the Student Public Health Association at Truman State University

    Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® (Moderator)

    Project Manager, Grants

    Society for Public Health Education

    Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® is the Project Manager, Grants at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Old Dominion University and a Master of Science in Health Promotion from Maryland University of Integrative Health. She brings several years of experience in school health, health education, and health promotion as she has authored and co-authored health education and promotion programs focused on health, wellness, and nutrition for school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. Hughes oversees the CDC Healthy Schools cooperative agreements as well as several internal committees at SOPHE; SOPHE Awards, Professional Preparation Committee, and the Student Health Edu-Thon Subcommittee.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/15/2022

    This free on-demand webinar will be presented by the SOPHE Professional Preparation Committee in response to questions raised around the Student Health Edu-Thon, and to encourage participation in the 2023 Student Health Edu-Thon.

    During SOPHE’s Annual Conference, Student Health Edu-Thon Teams present an evidence-based scenario response that demonstrates their health education specialist competencies, uses of technology, and emerging methodologies. This free on-demand webinar will introduce the SOPHE Student Health Edu-Thon experience to perspective students teams and faculty mentors. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to identify 3 benefits of participating in the Student Health Edu-thon

    Jordan Miller, MPH, MCHES

    Senior Lecturer and Program Director, Population Health, MS

    Arizona State University

    Jordan Miller is a Doctor of Public Health and Master Certified Health Education Specialist. She serves on the SOPHE Professional Preparation and Student Health Edu-Thon Committees. She is a Senior Lecturer and Program Director for the Population Health, MS at Arizona State University. Her research and practice interests include experiential learning, mentoring, diabetes, and the health impacts of greenspace. 

    email: Jordan.Anne.Miller@asu.edu

    https://twitter.com/DrJordanMiller  @DrJordanMiller   

    Dr. Susan A. Milstein, PhD, MA, MCHES®

    Lead Consultant

    Milstein Health Consulting

    Dr. Susan Milstein is Master Certified Health Education Specialist. She has a PhD in Human Sexuality Education and serves on the SOPHE Professional Preparation and Student Health Edu-Thon Committees. She is the Lead Consultant for Milstein Health Consulting, and an author/editor of several textbooks. 

    email: drsuemilstein@gmail.com

    https://twitter.com/DrSueMilstein @DrSueMilstein        

    Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® (Moderator)

    Project Manager, Grants

    Society for Public Health Education

    Chelsey Hughes, MS, CHES® is the Project Manager, Grants at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Old Dominion University and a Master of Science in Health Promotion from Maryland University of Integrative Health. She brings several years of experience in school health, health education, and health promotion as she has authored and co-authored health education and promotion programs focused on health, wellness, and nutrition for school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. Hughes oversees the CDC Healthy Schools cooperative agreements as well as several internal committees at SOPHE; SOPHE Awards, Professional Preparation Committee, and the Student Health Edu-Thon Subcommittee.