WSCC Team Training Modules Digital Workshop
As a result of attending this digital workshop, participants will be able to:
- Describe the contents and components of the WSCC Team Training Modules.
- Identify ways to integrate the WSCC Team Training Modules into professional development at the state, district, or school level.
- Share the WSCC Team Training Module Overview as part of a professional development plan in their state/local school health professionals of a district.
- Identify needs for further training or technical assistance in using the WSCC Team Training Modules.
Elaine Auld, MPH, MCHES
Society for Public Health Education
Elaine Auld, MPH, MCHES, has served as SOPHE’s Chief Executive Officer since 1995, where she oversees the organization’s portfolio in professional preparation, professional development, research, and advocacy/public policy. Over her 30+ year career, Ms. Auld has published on more than 40 journal articles and book chapters on health education’s role in community/school health education competencies, health equity, national and international workforce development, and public policy. For the last five years, she has been involved in quality assurance in school health education, promotion of the the WSCC model, and supported the National Task Force on the Future of School Health Education. Ms. Auld holds her MPH from the University of Michigan School of Public Health with a concentration in health behavior and is a master certified health education specialist.
Jordan Fuhrmeister, MPH, CHES
Associate Project Director
Society for Public Health Education
Jordan Fuhrmeister, MPH, CHES is an Associate Project Director at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She brings her background in federal and state grant administration and public health non-profit management to lead the CDC Healthy Schools and CDC Arthritis cooperative agreements. Additional portfolios she directs include SOPHE Awards, Professional Preparation, and the National Committee on the Future of School Health Education. She has overseen and contributed to various CDC funded field resources for school health educators, and co-authored literature in areas of opioid addiction, school health, and childhood obesity to inform health policy and practice.
Christi Kay, MEd
Christi Kay, MEd is serving as a consultant after 17 years as President/CEO of HealthMPowers, a non-profit organization committed to improving the health of students, staff, families and community members in low- income communities. The HealthMPowers program model has employed a PSE approach to its work with schools, early care centers, out of school time sites and communities and is identified as an evidence based-practice tested intervention in the SNAP-Ed Strategies and Interventions: An Obesity Prevention Toolkit for State. She has been a leader in health education and health promotion in Georgia for more than 35 years and is a national trainer for CDC, President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sport, Shape America, and Society of Public Health Educators and has presented and provided trainings at the state, national and international levels. She developed the statewide nutrition and physical activity trainings for Georgia’s early care centers and fitness assessment training for all K-12 schools. She recently led the development and statewide implementation of “Power Up for 30” initiative, the state’s Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program initiative for schools and centers serving Pre-K through grade 12. She is currently the co-principal investigator on a 2.5M grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to examine the relationship between physical activity and academic achievement among elementary students in Georgia.