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
This podcast has opened my eyes to the needs that are right in my backyard!! This podcast inspires me to do stateside missions work especially within my own community.
— Therapist Tierra, 04/26/2019
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
Quisha Umemba, MPH, BSN, RN, CDCES, CHWI is a Registered Nurse with a background in Public health. She is Founder and CEO of Umemba Health LLC, a public health consulting and education agency that provides workforce development and community health worker training. She is also the Executive Director and CEO of a nonprofit called Diversity
Meet your host
I like to think of the Public Health Culture podcast as professional development for not only my listeners, but myself.
Over the years, I’ve had tunnel vision and had only focused on what I was doing in the present moment, but not what was happening in the public health field, collectively.
When I started my podcast, there weren’t many out there that focused on the field, so I knew this platform was necessary to provide information to other aspiring and current public health professionals.
The first episode of the podcast was released in February 2019 and has evolved over time. Today it is focused on social determinants of health, health disparities, health equity, research, and how to manage it all.
Over the years, I had tunnel vision and only focused on what I was doing in the present moment, but not what was happening in the public health field, collectively.
When I started my podcast, there weren’t many out there that focused on work in the community, so I knew this podcast was necessary to provide information to other public health professionals.
The first episode of the podcast was released in February 2019 and has evolved over time. Today it is focused on social determinants of health, health disparities, community-based research, and how to manage it all.
I am thrilled that it has become a platform that allows me to share public health concerns and initiatives with so many people.
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