A degree in health promotion enables you to have tremendous impact on communities and organizations. This webinar will provide an inside look at the exciting and varied work being done by five community health educators.
As health education becomes a more vital part of the nation’s movement toward self-care and personal empowerment, experts in the field are increasingly in demand. Community health educators are needed for many roles, including as health promoters, health education specialists, analysts, and program managers. They are working for federal, state, and local governments; non-profits; consulting firms; non-governmental organizations; and for health insurers.This webinar will provide case studies of five professional community health educators who are dedicated to moving the wellness needle one community and one project at a time.
Fueshena Cruickshank is adjunct faculty at the Maryland University of Integrative Health in the Health Promotion department supporting Foundations of Behavioral Health & Topics in Diversity for Health and Healing. She feels as though it is important for individuals to have access to adequate preventative health care and adequate information to base their health practices on. She is passionate about women’s health, prenatal & postpartum care, and wellness. Being on her own personal journey to achieving total mind, body, and soul wellness is why she wants to share and support others on their journeys as well. She is also the Regional Women’s Health Program Coordinator for Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States.
Note: Time is Eastern Daylight Time.