Cedric Harville 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 Workgroup. Cedric’s passion is improving the health outcomes of African-American Men through community engagement, sustainable research and innovation.
Dr. Kristina Carswell received her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Georgia. She attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA. She completed her pediatrics residency at the University of Florida in 2013 and immediately began her career as a general pediatrician at the UF Health Pediatrics - Gerold L. Schiebler CMS Center. She enjoys spending her time playing with her daughter and her dogs as well as traveling whenever possible. She has a special interest in general pediatrics and breastfeeding medicine.
Tabetha Elie is an undergraduate in Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida from Jacksonville, Florida. In addition to being a student, Tabetha has gained experience working with Women’s Health at the Malcom Randall VA Hospital of Gainesville. Through her experiences volunteering at the VA hospital, she has assisted the program manager in the composition of strategic plans and other health promotion strategies. Serving over 300 women veterans, the Women’s Health Program at the Malcom Randall VA Hospital has played an instrumental part in Tabetha’s professional development. Tabetha enjoys working with diverse populations and believes that cultural competence is key to having a successful career as Health Education Specialist. After graduating, Tabetha plans to attend an accelerated nursing program to obtain her BSN. As a nursing grad, Tabetha would like to work as a Labor and Delivery Nurse. After becoming more competent in her nursing skills, she plans to pursue a degree in Nurse Midwifery with hopes to own her own clinic as a Nurse Midwife.
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.
Juan Mayo is an undergraduate student in Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida. He aspires to become a Physician Assistant and work with patients in the field of Sports Medicine. In addition to being a student, he is a first generation Filipino-American, the President of the Filipino Student Association at the University of Florida and is a Certified Nurse Assistant through the Florida Board of Nursing. With his experience as the VP of Multimedia and the current President of the Filipino Student Association, he is skilled in videography, video editing, and has invaluable leadership qualities that can that can benefit all aspects of a team. Juan is interested in raising social media awareness to educate, connect and advocate many health topics across a large network of people.
Katherine Wiley is an undergraduate student in Health Science at the University of Florida. She is a second year pre-pharmacy student with interests in public health as well as direct patient care. Not only does she participate in health related activities, but also in music such as flute ensemble. She hopes to use her undergraduate experience in volunteering and research to help directly serve patients as a pediatric pharmacist, or as a clinical research pharmacist.