Kendra Julien, MPH, MHFA, CCWS is a certified Corporate Wellness Specialist with a certification in Mental Health First Aid for adults. She has eight years of public health experience and has done work in maternal and child health with a focus on environmental health and vaccine-preventable diseases. She is passionate about employee and women’s health
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
Kafilat Jimba-Bidmus, PhD is a Public Health professional passionate about all public health issues, but particularly focused on mental health, substance abuse, and health disparities. Her background is in community health education and health promotion. She has worked on mental health, early childhood development, substance abuse and health disparities. She has taken her work virtually
Community Engagement and Research: Invitation for Professional Development and Collaborative Opportunities!
In this episode, I discuss how you can become involved in the work I am doing in 2021! Seeking Community-Based Research Opportunities During Undergraduate/Graduate School or Gap Year (January 14th at 7pm EST) Register here Frances Dean, BSHP, Founder of Create, Critique, and Revise Wizard, where she has served 100+ clients from the Public Health
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.
Features & Interviews
Do you want to be a guest on the Public Health Culture podcast? Perhaps you’d like to invite me to speak at your event, podcast or summit.
Public Health Epidemiology Careers
Be the first to know
when new episodes come out
Join our email list to get all the details on new episodes.