Public Health Culture Podcast Finale

This is it! The last episode of the Public Health Culture Podcast! In this episode, you will hear about my journey as a Podcaster and what led me to this decision. I also share other Public Health Podcasts that I enjoy listening to. I started a nonprofit called, the Association of Black Researchers (ABR). The … Read more

Black Health, Black Wealth

Dr. Zenobia Bryant has a PhD in Public Health with a concentration in Epidemiology from Walden University. She also has a BS degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University. Dr. Bryant is passionate about mental health, adolescent health, the health of young black women, financial health, and the barriers and structural racism that … Read more

Building Community Trust in Research: Strategies, challenges, and lessons learned from the field

Leonore Okwara, MPH is CEO and Founder of Public Health Research Consulting, and host of the Public Health Culture Podcast. She helps researchers meet the unique needs of the community and the funders in two ways: 1) hosting community engagement in research webinars and trainings to equip researchers with strategies on building community trust in … Read more

The S.O.U.L: Empowering and Developing Communities

Tomorrow Bowen is a senior in undergrad in socio-behavioral health with a minor in Sociology. She just applied to grad school for an MPH. She’s a researcher at heart and runs a nonprofit The S.O.U.L and hosts the podcast, Not A Health Guru. She’s most passionate about housing and homelessness but also has a focus … Read more

Sisters in Public Health: Connecting and Empowering Women

Angela N. Frazier, MPH is the Founder of Sisters in Public Health® , speaker, mental health advocate, and author of A Kids Book About™ Suicide.” A Portland native, Angela earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and Communication from Portland State University.  She earned her MPH in Community Health from UT Health School of … Read more

Fit for Life: How to Stay Active, Find Support, and Prevent Disease

Kristie Hicks, MPH, CHES, CPT is a public health professional with experience in chronic disease management, health and nutrition education, and fitness. She’s the founder of Brown Girls Get Fit, a health and wellness organization for women of color and Better Balanced Health which offers online fitness training and wellness coaching services. She is the … Read more

Addressing Health Equity by Expanding Healthy Food Access

Nkechi Michel, MPH, CHES is a Public Health Advocate and Educator for the Obesity Prevention Program, SNAP-Ed in Sacramento, CA.  Working in community health, she loves helping people and being on the ground. Her biggest passions include nutrition and environmental racism. She is the Founder of @thatpublichealthchick, her Instagram platform where she loves to share … Read more

Creating Conversations Around Mental Health, Health Equity, & Self-Care in Communities of Color

Theresa Alphonse, MPH is a Public Health Professional, Educator, and Writer.  She has a public health focus on community health, health equity, working with the population who receives Medicaid, and immigrants. She is the Founder and Executive Director of What’s on Your Mind, A Nonprofit 501c3, whose mission is to normalize conversations around thoughts, emotions … Read more