Cedric Harville, II is a doctoral candidate in Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida. Some of his research interests include: Men’s Health (specifically African-American men’s health) and Health Disparities, along with Improving Health Literacy through Technology. Cedric is also an active member of the American Public Health Association where he currently serves as Chair-Elect for the Public Health Education and Health Promotion Student Engagement Work-group. Cedric has also served on the Society for Public Health Education Board of Trustees for two years as the Student Trustee. Cedric’s passion is improving the health outcomes of African-American Men through community engagement, sustainable research and innovation.
Tracey Gardner Paulfrey is a Graduate of University of Florida. Tracey holds a BA in Health Education, and is all about building a community on a healthy foundation. Serving as a Health and Wellness professional for over a decade, the mother of two is dedicated to educating and empowering individuals to improve their lifestyle. She is the creator of Phit 4 Mothers, and is committed to reaching mothers outside the traditional healthcare settings. Call it community, call it our village, call it our family, call it our tribe we call it Phit 4 Mothers. Tracey, aims to develop a long-term partnership with various communities to improve maternal and child health.
Douglene Jackson, PhD, OTR/L, LMT, ATP is an occupational therapist (OT) with 20 years of experience in the rehabilitation field. She holds a PhD in Special Education in Early Childhood, a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy, a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Services with a concentration in counseling, and a Diploma in Massage Therapy. Dr. Jackson has worked in clinical and community-based settings primarily in pediatrics and assistive technology. Her research interests include health and educational equity, early childhood development, assistive technology, and autism, having conducted training's and presented on these topics at statewide and national conferences.
Ashtin Morio is an undergraduate student in Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida. Not only interested in development and dissemination of health education, she is passionate about giving back to the community and does this by serving on the Executive Board of both Epsilon Sigma Alpha Service Organization and Eta Sigma Gamma National Health Honorary, but also by volunteering abroad. She hopes to use her experience and skills obtained as an undergraduate to pursue a degree in Health Administration.