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The guests featured on this podcast often find creative and fun ways to introduce their community to the world of epidemiology, and today’s guests are no different. Under the moniker Doughnuts and Data on Instagram, Mee-A Keeton and Sitara Weerakoon encourage their community to explore this field as a viable career option and develop a solid unders…
 
Dr. Edison shares some great advice for aspiring public health professionals and talks about the usefulness of following your curiosity and passions and taking lessons from the right mentors.توسط Dr. CH Huntley
 
On this bonus episode, I’m sharing three important updates for our public health community. The updates include the podcast, upcoming webinars, and summer camp. Click here for more about the EXPO and summer camp. Click here to visit DrCHHuntley.com and subscribe to the weekly newsletter.توسط Dr. CH Huntley
 
Whether you are new to the public health space or you have been in the game for years, pricing your services can be one of the most challenging aspects of being a consultant! Welcome to another Q&A Coaching episode with today’s guest, Kaitlyn Esposito, one of the members of the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO group and a public hea…
 
Prepare yourself to be inspired and amazed by this episode! Anna, a current student at Tulane University, walks us through her fascinating journey and why she is interested in public health. The field of public health lies at the intersection of her interests (health and politics) and allows her to approach issues with an intricate understanding of…
 
Melanie Padgett Powers is a freelance writer, magazine managing editor, copy editor and proofreader in the Washington, D.C., area. She has a background in small town journalism and has brought those skills and education into public health where she serves associations and organizations in a very creative way. On this episode, Melanie shares insight…
 
The first quarter of the year has already passed by, and has left me feeling grateful, honored, and encouraged. I’ve taken time to pause and reflect and would like to share my takeaways with you on this bonus episode. I’m sure you will find some inspiration and encouragement in this message! Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO Work Wit…
 
On this episode, I’m sharing another Q&A coaching session with one of the members of the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO group. Meagan Erhart is an excellent example of someone with multiple degrees, diverse public health experience, and is trying to narrow down some of the ideas she has about consulting to figure out her starting …
 
Are you interested in a public health career? Are you interested in public health consulting or entrepreneurship? The Public Health Epidemiology Careers Podcast is filled with resources in every episode to help you reach your career or business goals.توسط Dr. CH Huntley
 
What is your networking strategy online? What is your favorite social media platform? How do you reach out to request new connections to add to your network? It’s time to focus on networking tips! On this episode, I will share seven simple but powerful professional tips that can be helpful for all public health professionals. Prepare to take notes …
 
On this episode, I’m connecting the recording from the LinkedIn live from this week because I want you to hear the conversation. My guest during this LinkedIn live was Chambraia Jones who is a global health professional. She works as an HIV/AIDS prevention program officer and she is a former client from 2019. It was fun to catch up with her during …
 
The best way for me to share it is by sharing the feedback from others who have experienced it and who are experiencing it for themselves. I’m so passionate about promoting the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO because it is such a unique and valuable resource that is helping to advance public health in a creative way. We learn so mu…
 
When she left aerospace, she originally planned to pursue a MS in statistics. In her first year, she took an epidemiology course as an elective and was hooked on public health. Statistics became biostatistics, which led to epidemiology. On this episode, you’ll meet Dr. Vicki Hart, who is an Assistant Professor at the University of Vermont. She will…
 
On this episode, I’m sharing a conversation from a Q&A coaching session with one of the members of the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO group. You’ll be able to benefit from hearing my answers to her questions. You might also find that you’ve had similar questions of your own and hearing this conversation might help you as much as i…
 
By nearly any metric, Black and brown Americans are disproportionately policed, arrested, convicted, and incarcerated compared to white Americans. One in 3 Black boys born in America in 2001 can expect to go to prison in their lifetime. Furthermore, Black Americans are more likely to be physically injured and killed at the hands of the police—a rea…
 
You’re about to meet Imani Ransby, with the United South and Eastern Tribes, Tribal Epidemiology Center. The United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) is just one of 12 partner Tribal Epidemiology Centers. Imani started working at USET in January 2020 as a Staff Epidemiologist in the Tribal Health and Program Support department. On this episode, you’l…
 
On this episode, I’m sharing another Q&A coaching session with one of the members of the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO group. Dr. LaQuasha Gaddis is an excellent example of someone who is well educated and has years of public health experience, who is trying to narrow down some of the ideas she has about consulting to figure out …
 
Many public health students and graduates desire to work with the CDC, but don’t know how to connect with the organization or don’t know much about the opportunities that exist to work with the agency. My guest on this episode is Christine Caraballo and she is the program manager for the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program. She will share her …
 
Several people have already told me how much they wish they had a community like our EXPO group when they were working on their degree in public health. Tune into this bonus episode to hear updates and to hear what others are saying about the EXPO.توسط Dr. CH Huntley
 
On this episode, I thought it would be helpful to share my coaching session with one of the first coaching giveaway winners, Saran, of the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO group. Saran is an excellent example of someone with years of public health experience, who has been quietly exploring ideas about consulting in their minds but n…
 
You’re about to meet Audrey Juliussen and Jordan Skan, with the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center. The Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (ANEC) is just one of 12 partner Tribal Epidemiology Centers. My first guest from the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center is Audrey Juliussen is an Ahtna Athabascan and Unangax̂ Alaska Native, and grew up in Anchora…
 
On this episode, you’ll meet Dr. Brittany Marshall and learn about her public health career journey. Here are just a few things that really stood out to me during the interview She is an Inspiring action-taker Amazing conversation left me in awe of her accomplishments and her passion for public health She “fell into public health by accident” Why s…
 
Meet Paulina Sosa, Chair of Latinx COVID-19 Task Force & Doctoral student at Johns Hopkins Public health informatics program. She is also the founder of Latinx Voces, which she talks about during our podcast interview and she explains it more fully in the EXPO. Paulina Is one of the presenters of the Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO…
 
I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to a brand new year! The year 2020 was filled with ups and downs for me, as I know it was for many of you as well. One of the ways that I navigated through the tough parts of 2020 was to focus on what could be learned, and how I could be empowered by those lessons to move forward. On this episode, I’m…
 
You’re about to meet Forrest Lester and Delores Becenti, with the Navajo Epidemiology Center. The Navajo Epidemiology Center (NEC) was established in 2005 to manage Navajo Nation’s public health information systems, investigate diseases and injuries of concern, provide data and reports to effectively manage health programs, respond to public health…
 
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