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IntroductionHPPS Staff

David Salafsky, MPH, Director

Lee Ann Hamilton, MA, CHES, Assistant Director

Christiana Clauson, MPH

Melanie Fleck, MPH

Peggy Glider, Ph.D. 

Spencer Gorin, RN, BSN, BA

Carrie Hardesty, MEd, CHES

Margot Havas, BA

Andrew Maghielse, BFA

Pat Manning, MA

Megan McKendry, MPH

Lauren Pring, MPH

Lynn Reyes, LCSW, LISAC

Sarah Rokuski, RD

Gale Welter, MS, RD, CSCS

 


 

David Salafsky, MPH
David is the Director of Health Promotion & Preventive Services (HPPS). He holds an MPH from The University of Arizona with a concentration in Community Health Practice. His work centers on programming and evaluation in the areas of alcohol and other drugs, sexual health and student wellness. As chair of the Campus and Community Coalition for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, David works with stakeholders across the community to reduce high-risk alcohol use. He is currently pursuing a DrPH in Health Policy and Management from the UA College of Public Health.

Lee Ann Hamilton, MA, CHES
Lee Ann is the Assistant Director of Health Promotion & Preventive Services. She is a Health Educator and Sexual Health Specialist. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health Education and a Masters degree in Higher Education from The University of Arizona with an emphasis in Teaching and Student Services. Her areas of expertise are STD/HIV prevention, sexual health, wellness and foreign travel safety.

Christiana Clauson, MPH 
Christi is an Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Specialist working on a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) grant with the goal of assisting Arizona colleges and universities in creating healthy campus environments that reduce the prevalence of underage and high-risk drinking and prescription drug misuse/abuse, and related negative consequences. Christi has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and earned her Master of Public Health degree in the Health Behavior Health Promotion concentration from the University of Arizona.

Melanie Fleck, MPH
Melanie is an Outreach Specialist working on Project Lifeline, a suicide prevention grant awarded by SAMHSA, to raise awareness across campus about suicide warning signs and encourage students, faculty and staff to attend a training and learn how to respond to a person who may be suicidal. Melanie earned her Master of Public Health degree in the Health Behavior Health Promotion concentration from the University of Arizona.

Peggy Glider, Ph.D. 
Peggy is the Coordinator for Evaluation and Research at the Campus Health Service. She has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from The University of Arizona. Her work focuses on evaluation and research to determine effectiveness of non-clinical or pharmaceutical programs, primarily those that are grant funded in a variety of wellness areas.

Spencer Gorin, RN, BSN, BA 
Spencer is a Health Educator for HPPS concentrating on alcohol education, outreach and programming. Spencer developed and facilitates, "The Buzz", Health Promotion Preventive Service's fun, game -oriented, interactive alcohol education presentation. Spencer also facilitates SHADE classes. He is a nationally valued speaker and the co-author of the book, Learning to Play, Playing to Learn, Curriculum and Activities for Classroom and Playground Management. Spencer received his BSN from the University of Arizona and his BA in Sociology from SUNY at New Paltz.

Carrie Hardesty, MEd, CHES 
Carrie is a Health Educator for HPPS. She develops and implements health promotion and risk reduction events, activities, and programs campus-wide, creates and distributes health information materials, presents on a variety of health topics, and is the social media coordinator for the UA Campus Health Service. She earned her BS in Health Education from the University of Arizona and her MEd in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University.

Margot Havas, BA 
Margot is the Receptionist for HPPS. She earned her BA in Psychology from the University of Arizona, is currently writing her debut novel and in the process of going back for her Masters in Creative Writing. She is the first person who will greet you at the door and help you with anything related to promoting health and wellness!

Andrew Maghielse, BFA 
Andrew is the Graphic Designer, Sr. for HPPS and the Campus Health Service. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with a minor in Psychology from Eastern New Mexico University in 1993 and has over 18 years of experience in advertising and graphic design. His primary responsibilities include creative development and design for Campus Health's various media campaigns, website design, and a variety of other projects within Health Promotion and Campus Health.

Pat Manning, MA 
Pat Manning is the Qualitative Evaluation Specialist for HPPS. She earned a BA in Philosophy & Comparative Religions and a BA in Romance languages from Rollins College, an MA in Latin American Studies from the University of Arizona, and left graduate school at the U of A as an All-But-Dissertation (ABD) doctoral candidate in Political Science, specializing in comparative politics and political theory. Her wide-ranging interests and higher educational background, coupled with diverse and enriching professional opportunities and her extensive experience in social justice advocacy and popular education among marginalized communities, have helped prepare her to serve in a variety of roles across several grant-funded wellness projects.

Lauren Pring, MPH  
Lauren is the Evaluation Specialist for HPPS. She holds a Masters in Public Health from the University of Arizona with a concentration in Health Behavior and Health Promotion. Lauren works closely with the Coordinator of Evaluation and Research on projects such as the evaluation of the Step Up! program, data collection and analysis for the yearly Health and Wellness survey, and coordination of a statewide project addressing wellness issues among LGBTQ students in higher education. She is currently pursuing a DrPH in Maternal and Child Health from the UA College of Public Health.

Sarah Rokuski, RD 
Sarah is a Nutrition Counselor for the Campus Health Service. She has a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Madonna University and is a Registered Dietitian. She provides individual nutrition counseling to students and coordinates events and programs which aim to improve the health and well- being of the campus community.

Lynn Reyes, LCSW, LISAC 
Lynn Reyes is an Alcohol and Other Drug Specialist. She has a Masters degree in Social Work from Arizona State University and is dually licensed as a clinical social worker and substance abuse counselor. Her work focuses on developing and implementing brief interventions for alcohol and other drug prevention with students. She provides individual sessions and oversees education programming and training for diversion referrals.

Megan McKendry, MPH
Megan is the Violence Prevention Specialist with the Oasis Program Against Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence. She focuses on preventing sexual assault and relationship violence on campus via outreach and education. Megan received her Master of Public Health in Sociomedical Sciences from Columbia University. Previously, she conducted one-on-one sexual health screenings with at-risk youth in high schools all over New York City. Her areas of expertise include sexual violence, sexuality education, and sexual and reproductive health.

Gale Welter, MS, RD, CSCS
Gale is a Nutrition Counselor for the Campus Health Service. She has a Masters of Nutritional Science in Dietetics from The University of Arizona. She is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Her areas of expertise are sports nutrition, eating disorder therapy and weight management.

 
     
 
 
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