Omari Richins, MPH from The Public Health Millennial Blog chats with professionals and students to hear their unique and diverse public health career stories with tips and insights to help you along your public health career journey. This podcast is for anyone interested in a career in the public health or related fields. It offers insightful stories, career strategies, actionable tips, and resources to assist you in taking the next step in your public health career. You'll learn about the importance of public health, public health issues, and what you can do with your degree in public health. Whether you are a new public health student or professional, this show will surely have helpful stories and tips you won't want to miss.
035: Chat with CEO of The Public Health Network with Brooke Mootry, MSW, CHES
Brooke Mootry, MSW, CHES, the CEO and Lead Recruiter at The Public Health Network chats about her public health career. She has over 17 years of practical experience and currently aside from being the CEO of The Public Health Network is a State HIV Prevention Manager for the Georgia Department of Health.
034: Community Empowerment through Health Care with Winston Wellington Wright, MPH
Today I chat with health equity and community empowerment nerd, Winston Wellington Wright, MPH. He currently works as a David A. Gee Administrative Fellowship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital after graduating from his Master of Public Health from Moorehouse School of Medicine. Check out this episode to learn about the path navigating a health administration fellowship as a young black public health professional. He shares some invaluable insights
033: Resources from The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast in 2020
Here I share public health resources that were shared on The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast episodes in 2020. Check out full notes at: thePHmillennial.com/2020resources
032: Swervy Path To Public Health starting from Puerto Rico with Nianest Alers, MPH
Nianest Alers, MPH is an epidemiologist/vector-borne disease surveillance and response coordinator with the Hawaii Department of Health and also host the Latinx health education podcast – Mejor con Guanabanas. She has a very untraditional journey into public health. Nianest got her Bachelor of Biology from Universidad de Puerto Rico and then went on to start a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology before quitting and shifting to get her Master of Public Health from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health.
031: Combining Communication & PR and Public Health with Christa Hyson, MPH
Christa Hyson is a public health and risk communications professional dedicated to advancing health education, creating sustainable social and environmental changes and passing policies to improve health outcomes. She talks about her untraditional journey in public health from her Bachelors in Communications and PR to her Master of Public Health to her past and current roles in public health. Christa now works as the Assistant Director, Emergency Response & Public Information Officer at The Health Collaborative.
030: Talking Global Health, Data Analysis and Career Services with Vanessa Da Costa, MPH
Vanessa Da Costa, MPH who is the CEO and founder of Chilombo Global Career Services, LLC talks about her public health journey. She got her bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in African Studies from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has worked in the Peace Corps before getting her Master of Public Health from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She then got a CDC Global Epidemiology Fellowship. She now runs her business and works as a Data Analyst at USAID.
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As an new emerging PH professional it is fascinating to hear the journey of other PH professionals. This is another way to optimize the power of networking and collaborating. Thank you for your work!
I highly recommend for all PH professionals
I really enjoy listening to the stories shared on this podcast! Omari does a wonderful job facilitating these discussions with fellow PH professionals. It’s such a great resource for aspiring and early career PH professionals!
Love this! Great job Omari! Thank you for educating Public Health Millenial's.