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20 Champions of Health Promotion at Emory

In honor of the 20th Anniversary of the Office of Health Promotion.

1991-2011

1Residence Hall Director (RHD) Fellows for infusing health in the residence halls:

Desiree AshongDesiree Ashong 06C






Raphael ColemanRaphael Coleman 10C 13PH






Amanda DookwahAmanda Dookwah 09C






Susannah GloorSusannah Gloor 11C 14PH






Daniel HootmanDaniel Hootman 08B 12PH






Alexandra VinsonAlexandra Vinson 05OX 07C






2. For being active members of the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC):

Danny BergerDanny Berger 09C 14L






Meredith PhilyawMeredith Philyaw 17G






3. Editors-in-Chief of the Emory Wheel for demonstrating acumen in health reporting:

Robbie Brown 07C

Molly DavisMolly Davis 12C






4a. For frequent collaboration, co-advising thesis students, and sponsoring curriculum intergration at Rollins School of Public Health:

Dawn ComeauDawn Comeau






Cam EscofferyCam Escoffery






Kimberly HagenKimberly Hagen






Kirsten RodgersKirsten Rodgers






Nancy ThompsonNancy Thompson






4b. For faculty collaboration:

Susan ButlerSusan Butler






Susan HoganSusan Hogan






Kay StewartKay Stewart






5. For volunteering, leadership, being a Student Health Alliance of Peer Educators (SHAPE) member and pursing a career in clinical medicine:

Kofi EsselKofi Essel 05C






6. For ongoing leadership on behalf of student wellbeing during his tenure as Senior Vice President and Dean for Campus Life:

John L. FordJohn L. Ford






7. For support of the Healthy Campus Coalition and advocating for chronic disease prevention as a Trustee:

James R. Gavin IIIJames R. Gavin III 70G






8. For founding Sexual Assault Peer Advocates (SAPA):

Ceci Gilmore 12C

Anushka KapoorAnushka Kapoor 13B 13C






9. For leading the charge for improved mental health service access on campus and ultimately the mental health and wellness fee:

Molly Harrington 05C

10. For their work as PE 101 TAs, active work as Health Promotion volunteers and recognition in the field of college health promotion nationally:

Susan HochmanSusan Hochman 06PH






Alyssa LedererAlyssa Lederer 07G 08PH






11. For thoughtful integration of health promotion themes in first-year student Orientation:

Conrad HonickerConrad Honicker 14C






Ken HornbeckKen Hornbeck






Ian MargolIan Margol 13C






Emily SankeyEmily Sankey






Lee Smith

Tanya WillardTanya Willard






12. Emory Safety Alliance leaders:

Deb HouryDeb Houry






Lauren HudakLauren Hudak 06C 12M 12PH






Natasha SouthworthNatasha Southworth 09PH 12G






13. For elevating the Office of Health Promotion to a director-level unit:

Mike HueyMichael Huey






14. For his contribution of the flourishing scale to the national Healthy Minds study to help emphasive an assets-based approach to mental health promotion and stigma reduction:

Corey KeyesCorey Keyes






15. All of the NCHA respondents in 2006, 2008, 2011 and to come

16. For advocating for men's work in ending sexual violence and creating Project Unspoken:

Caleb PengCaleb Peng 13C






17. For advocating for the health needs of international students and being a long-term member of the Student Health Insurance Advisory Committee:

Stephanie RobertsStephanie Roberts






18. For volunteering and being an early leader in tobacco-free efforts as well as participation in the alcohol task force town halls

Ashley FreemanAshley Sroka Freeman 08C






19. For leadership in shaping a healthier campus environment:

Tobacco Free EmoryTobacco Free Task Force






20. For support of the 2006 ACHA-NCHA and his advocacy in securing the Mental Health and Wellness Fee:

James WagnerPresident James Wagner

The Office of Health Promotion's 20th Anniversary

The Office of Health Promotion's 20th Anniversary

Join us in celebrating our 20th Anniversary with a video and a Prezi about our 20 years at Emory University.