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Education

Doctor of Philosophy: Community Health Education - Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 1989

Master of Education: Community Health Education - The University of Georgia, Athens, GA 1986

Bachelor of Science in Education: Health Occupations Education - The University of Georgia, Athens, GA 1985

Professional Experience

Fort Valley State University: Assistant Professor of Public Health and Field Experience Coordinator for the MPH program.

Fort Valley State University: Assistant Professor of Health, and Physical Education

Fort Valley State University: Adjunct Assistant Professor

Mount Calvary Lutheran Church: Evangelism Explosion Trainer

Mercer University: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine

Houston County E-911 Training Officer

Western Illinois University: Assistant Professor

Spoon River College: Part-time Assistant Professor

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale: Graduate Teaching Assistant

The University of Georgia: Graduate Teaching Assistant

Los Angeles Community College Overseas Division: Instructor

Illinois Department of Public Health: Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic Instructor Trainer

U.S. Navy: Emergency Medical Technician Instructor

Research Interests

Spiritual Health

Publications

  1. "Why Is It Necessary for Proposals to Come Before the Human Subjects Committee" published in The Quest, Volume 1, Issue 8, 2015.
  2. "Spiritual Health: The Often Overlooked Dimension of Health" published in Journal of the Georgia Public Health Association, Volume 5, Number 1, 2015.
  3. "Taking The Sting Out of Death: A Christian Educational Perspective" published in Education Around The World, Volume 133, Number 1, Fall 2012.
  4. "Physical Activity and Childhood Obesity: Strategies and Solutions for Schools and Parents" published in Education Around The World, Volume 132, Number 4, Summer 2012.