holds a Masters Degree in Public Health from Armstrong Atlantic State University and a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law with certificates in Health Law and Advocacy. In addition to extensive experience in strategic planning, advocacy, community and government relations, a strong research background -- including monitoring emerging legislation, and conducting policy research and analysis, Shana has public health law, advocacy, and policy expertise in: Federal health reform (Medicaid, ACA, Public Benefits, Access to Health), Population Health, Health Equity, Social Determinants of Health and Health in All Policies.
A native of Poughkeepsie, New York by way of Jamaica, Shana moved to Georgia in 2002 and lives with her family in the Atlanta metro region.
holds a Master’s Degree in Health Administration and Health Education from Saint Joseph’s University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science from Lincoln University. She is a public health professional and health educator with 15 years of experience in strategic planning, and implementing and facilitating community and statewide programs. Christine began her career working with a community serving organization, moved to hospital administration, and eventually transitioned into public service at both the state and federal levels. She has extensive experience Having worked for both federal and state government. Christine also has experience working with faith-based organizations as she currently serves as the Children’s Ministries Director for a large Atlanta-based church. With a passion for strengthening and educating minority communities, Christine has done an extensive amount of work around partnership development and collaboration, as well as addressing health issues from an equity lens.
A native of Pottstown, PA, Christine relocated to Georgia in 2015 and now lives in the Atlanta metro region with her husband and three children.
holds a Master’s Degree in Medical Biostatistics from the University of Vermont and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics/Physics from St. Andrews College. She has extensive experience evaluating the effectiveness and efficacy of research studies in academia, public and private sectors as well as monitoring and evaluating domestic organizations with health and development focused missions.
Kia is a native of Washington, DC and relocated to Georgia with her husband and two children in 2008.
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