Rose is an Assistant Director of the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness. Her main responsibilities include overseeing campus wide initiatives encompassing sexual violence prevention and sexual health education. Rose received her Bachelor's in Mass Communication and Master's in College Student Affairs from the University of South Florida. Creating space where students feel empowered to take ownership of their lives through education and skill building serves as the foundation of her work. Outside of FSU, she enjoys attending community events, thrift shopping, and traveling. email@example.com
Joi is an Assistant Director of the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness. Her main responsibilities include overseeing campus wide initiatives encompassing alcohol, tobacco and other drug education/prevention and wellness initiatives. Joi received both her Master's and Bachelor's in Health Education and Promotion from East Carolina University. She is currently the Chair of FSU's Healthy Campus 2020 Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs sub-committee. Her passion is in creating diverse and inclusive spaces that empower individuals and communities to make healthy lifestyle decisions that facilitate academic success and lead to life-long health and wellness. Outside of FSU, she enjoys traveling, mentoring and spending time with her family and friends. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jose is the Green Dot Coordinator. His main responsibilities include coordinating the implementation of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program, educating students on the Green Dot bystander intervention approach, collaborating with key campus stakeholders and developing partnerships throughout the university. He received his Bachelor's in International Affairs from Florida State University and plans to soon begin working on his Master's in Higher Education. On his spare time Jose enjoys making music, sports, and spending as much time as he can out doors with his fiancé Nicole and his dog Jeter. email@example.com
Kori is the Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator. Her main responsibilities include educating students on the dynamics of sexual violence, the myths that surround sexual violence, ways to obtain and define consent, empowering students through bystander intervention, and informing students about campus resources and support. She is also the Co-Chair of the Curriculum Development Sexual Violence Prevention Sub Committee. Kori received her Master's and Bachelor's in International Affairs from Florida State University. In her spare time she participates in community service organizations, enjoys outdoor adventures, and travels to as many new locations as possible! firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly is the Sexual Health Coordinator in the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness. Her responsibilities include improving the sexual health of FSU students through education, outreach, advising, contraception distribution, and STI testing. Kelly graduated from FSU with a Master's Degree in the Sociology of Health and a Graduate Minor in Women's Studies. She is passionate about promoting sexual discourse that is inclusive, healthy, and sex-positive. In her spare time Kelly is enjoys her family, food and beaches. email@example.com
Jason is CHAW's Prevention Coordinator. He aims to educate students about the effects of substance use and abuse, such as alcohol and tobacco but focusing on other drugs. Harm reduction, individual empowerment and responsibility, and values development are key components of his work in higher education. Jason earned his bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Richmond and his master's in Higher Education & Student Affairs from Indiana University. He enjoys exploring local dining options as well as cooking at home, staying active and watching his favorite TV shows. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sadiki is CHAW's Office Coordinator. His main responsibilities include the management, administration and organizational workflow of CHAW. Sadiki earned his bachelor's degree in Economics and plans to earn his master's degree in the future. In his spare time, He enjoys spending quality time with his wife and their two sons, playing basketball and exercise. email@example.com
Joanne is the Health & Wellness dietitian. Her main responsibilities include promoting a "no diet" approach and Health at Every Size mentality on campus, helping students achieve a more positive body image and working with students with disordered eating. She is, also, the co-chair FSU's Healthy Campus 2020 Physical Health sub-committee. Joanne graduated from Framingham State College with a BS in Nutritional Sciences, completed her internship with the US Army, where she remained on active duty as an officer for 5 years, and went on to receive her MS in Management from NC State. In her free time, she is a runner, wanna be chef, avid reader, beach lover, wife and mom. firstname.lastname@example.org
Joslyn is a doctoral student in Marriage and Family Therapy at Florida State University. She previously completed a M.S. in MFT at Texas Tech University and a B.S. in Family, Youth, & Community Sciences at the University of Florida. She is the Sexual Health Counselor for CHAW. Her research interests include examining risky sexual behaviors and substance use behaviors in emerging adults and the impact of father engagement in minority families. In her free time, she enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, watching relationship reality TV, and attempting to break into the society of extreme couponing.
Christina is a doctoral student in the Combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology Program at Florida State University. She is from New Jersey and received her BS in Psychology at Saint Joseph's University and her MS in Experimental Psychology at Seton Hall University. Her clinical and research interests include eating disorder symptomology in adolescence and adulthood, mindfulness meditation, multiculturalism, stress regulation, and help-seeking behaviors. Christina is also Vice President of FSU's Active Minds chapter, an organization that works to change the conversation about mental health on campus. She enjoys playing soccer, running, yoga, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.
Justine is a Doctoral Student in the Combined Counseling and School Psychology program at Florida State University. She is a Florida native, earning her BA in Psychology and Master's Degree in Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of South Florida in 2015. Justine's research interests, and clinical training, are heavily focused on Substance Use Disorders, addiction, and the impact of substances on Co-morbid mental health disorders. Justine is currently conducting research on the impact of ADHD diagnoses on Substance Use Disorder Recovery. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, water sports, kayaking, spending time at the beach and quality time with friends and family!
Alana is in her second year at Florida State University where she is pursuing both a Specialist (Ed.S.) and a Master of Science degree (M.S.) in Counseling and Human Systems with a Major in School Psychology. Originally from Maryland, Alana received her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology from the University of Maryland. She has been working with the Universityâ€™s Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness since August 2016 as the graduate assistant to the Green Dot initiative funded by the Department of Health. Her clinical and research interests are primarily in the areas of acute and chronic trauma, positive development of the self, and neurodevelopmental disorders. In her free time, Alana enjoys the simple things in life â€“ spending time with her family and friends, enjoying new foods and restaurants, engaging and exercising the mind/body and spirit, and loyally watching the New England Patriots play football!
Jaylene received her B.A. in Psychology from Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA before earning her M.S. in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Florida State University. Jaylene is a student in the Combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology doctoral program. She is the President and Co-founder of the Active Minds Organization at FSU. She has a wide array of research interests including how sports influence at-risk youth, athletic injury, mental health, social support and coping, exercise and mental health, chronic pain/illness, disability and mental health and coping, relaxation, art therapy, and trauma.
Samantha is in her second year at Florida State University where she is pursuing her M.S. in Sports Nutrition as well as completing her Dietetic Internship. Samantha received her B.S. in Dietetics at the University of Kentucky and was born and raised in Chicago. She is excited about her role as a Nutrition Coach. Her nutrition interests center around sports nutrition, mindful eating, and being healthy at every size. In her free time, Samantha likes to workout, watch FSU football and UK basketball, read, and spend time visiting friends and family.
Cara is currently pursuing her Masters in Public Health after graduating from FSU with a B.S. in Biology. Her scholastic interests include discovering the reasons and solutions to health disparities in the United States and abroad, and to further her education she is looking to earn a PhD in Geography with a GIS concentration. Outside of school she enjoys kiteboarding and sailing and makes frequent trips to the beach on windy days with her friends and dogs.
Ashley is a doctoral student in the Sport Psychology program at Florida State University. She decided to pursue sport psychology after graduating with her BA in Psychology at The Ohio State University and her MS in Educational Psychology at Florida State. Ashley's research interests include choking under pressure, performance psychology, and trauma informed care. In her spare time she enjoys reading, traveling, and playing with her dog Sloopy.
Shanteria is a doctoral student in the Combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology program at Florida State University. She decided to pursue a career in psychology because she wants to help people overcome the challenges they experience. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Georgia State University and her Master of Science degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University. Her clinical and research interests are primarily in the areas of trauma and suicide prevention. In her spare time she enjoys reading, painting, cooking, visiting new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.
Michelle White is a second year Masters of Public Health student. She previously completed her BS in Exercise Physiology, also at Florida State University. Currently, she serves as the President of Florida State University's Public Health Student Association (FSU PHSA). She has been working with the University's Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness (CHAW) since January 2017 to create a trauma informed care curriculum, for faculty and staff, on how to respond to emergent situations that result from power based personal violence and traumatic events. In the Fall, she will continue to work with the CHAW flu campaign and increase student awareness about access to care on campus and in the local community. Looking forward, she hopes to work for the CDC as a pediatric health specialist.
Krista is a Nutrition Coach for CHAW and a second year Exercise Science graduate student and dietetic intern specializing in Sports Nutrition at Florida State University. She is from Memphis, Tennessee and completed her B.S. in Dietetics at Fontbonne University in St. Louis, Missouri. Her passion is to help others nourish their bodies and promote health with food they love and enjoy. In her free time she loves to travel, cook, watch sports, go to the beach, try new restaurants, and spend time with family and friends.
Diana is a doctoral student in the Combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology program. Born and raised in Central Florida, Diana received her BS in Psychology from the University of Florida and her MSW with a concentration in mental health counseling from the University of Southern California. Her research interests include post-traumatic growth (PTG) versus post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suicidology, and interpersonal relationships. During her free time, Diana enjoys walks with her pups Thor and Princess Leia, napping, playing board games with her husband, and spending time with family and friends.
Victoria is a Marketing Assistant for the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness. Her responsibilities include designing posters, banners, and promotions for health related events using Adobe Creative Suite. She is a second-year undergraduate student studying Advertising and Studio Art. She plans on becoming an Art Director in a worldwide advertising agency. She is involved in Arrowhead Advertising, the Advertising Club, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, and Dance Marathon. During her free time, she enjoys creating miscellaneous advertising campaigns, playing with puppies, and taking ballet classes.
Hannah is a student assistant for the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness. She is a fourth year undergraduate student and will receive a BS in Psychology from Florida State University in Spring 2018. Post-graduation she will be working towards a BS in Nursing with a specialization in Geriatric care. Hannah aspires to become a Nurse Practitioner and hopes to revolutionize healthcare for the elderly community. She is also an active member of Healthy Noles and an FSU Lady Spirithunter. Hannah enjoys photography, volunteering, DIY projects, exercising, and being with friends and family.
Serena Baldwin is a student assistant at the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness from Orlando, Florida. She is pursuing a double major in Political Science and Sociology, and also works as an intern at the Florida Department of Agriculture. She advocates student health as a member of Healthy Noles, and for body positivity as a facilitator for The Body Project, an initiative to help students resist sociocultural pressures to conform to an ideal of thinness. Upon graduation Serena plans to pursue a masterâ€™s degree in food policy to work toward creating a healthy, fair, and ecologically sound food system. In her free time she enjoys cooking, yoga, traveling and going to farmers markets.
Charles is a student assistant for the Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness within Health and Wellness Center here at Florida State University. He is a fourth year undergraduate student and will receive a BS in Biology and Psychology from Florida State University in Spring 2018. Post-graduation he will be working towards a Master's Degree in either Public Health or Medical Sciences and he aspires to become a physician providing quality healthcare to socioeconomically disadvantaged communities. He is FSU Medical First Responder, Freshmen Interest Group Leader and House Manager of Smith-Tyner Scholarship House. Charles enjoys cooking, volunteering, growing Bonsai trees, exercising, and being with friends and family.
Sara is a front desk assistant at CHAW. Her responsibilities include scheduling appointments and assisting with office organization and Healthy Campus initiatives. She is a third-year undergraduate student studying economics and statistics. She plans on becoming a data analyst for a government agency. She is involved in the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority on campus and she enjoys hiking, First Friday at Railroad Square Art Park, and trying new food around Tallahassee.
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