Poor on Paper, Rich in Experience

“People may not be aware that they are in poverty if all they have known is struggling”-overheard at our community presentation in Cleveland, MS These words bounced around in my brain, hitting all the right notes, as I scribbled quickly trying to capture the nuggets of information shared at our roundtables. I was pleasantly surprised…

Presenting Data in a Unique Way

This past week has been filled with a plethora of opportunities for skill acquisition, community engagement, and relationship building with current and future leaders in the public health field.  Furthermore, the ways in which my team engaged in public health activities at the community level and the relationships I have formed with students, faculty, and…