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Innovative Strategies to Address Sexual Health Disparities

The Center of Excellence for Sexual Health co-lead “Innovative Strategies to Address Sexual Health Disparities” with the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality on Friday, April 28, 2017. With over 60 presenters

  • Inspired by her daughter, Vickie Green shed over 40 pounds between 2014 and 2015.

For Myself, For My Daughter: Vickie’s Story

Vickie Green joined the Smart and Secure Children (SSC) Parent Mentoring Program as a Peer Learner in 2014. After a successful completion, she returned in 2015 as a Parent Leader, after having shed

  • SHLI Fellows and Alumni at the APHA Annual Meeting in 2016

Developing the Next Generation of Health Equity Leaders

Satcher Health Leadership Institute was established on 2006 with the overarching mission of developing the next generation of health equity leaders. Aligned with this mission, the SHLI Health Policy Leadership Fellowship Program was

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LEADing the Way to Student Success

    By Allyson S. Belton, MPH and Kisha B. Holden, PhD, MSCR   Investment, whether through mentorship or resource support, is critical to the development of future leaders.  Student success and achievement

  • "Kala", 19, graduated from Carver High School in Atlanta in 2016

On the Right PATH

“Kala” is a 19-year-old African American female. Kala’s school counselor, Mrs. Keala Edwards-Cooper, referred her to the PATH Program when she was a senior at Carver High School. Kala’s primary goals upon enrolling

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Dr. Glenda Wrenn to Appear on Carter Center Panel

Tune in on Thursday, April 21, 2016, as Dr. Glenda Wrenn, Director of the Division on Behavioral Health, appears as a panelist on “Words Matter: Talking about Mental Health.”  The panel is part

  • SHLI MPH Leadership Panel 2014-2015

10th Year Anniversary

"Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve.  You don't have to have a college degree to serve.  You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.  You only need a