Society of Black Public Health Professionals
Society of Black Public Health Professionals (SBPHP)
"staying unlimited in the movement"
Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year!
We have great things planned for the membership this year and hope that you get involved!! Stay tuned!
We are a student organization that seeks to enrich the educational experience of black public health students by engendering an environment where academic and professional excellence can coincide with minority interests. SBPHP serves as a liaison between black public health students and community leaders, in an effort to foster a sense of community, encouraging leadership while cultivating a sense of purpose within the field of public health.
SBPHP believes that by “staying unlimited in the [public health] movement” we will be able to positively impact the lives of students as well as the surrounding community and its members by focusing on three central themes:
- Community Engagement
- Professional/Educational Development
- Sandy-Asari Hogan, President
- Monique Shuler, Vice-President
- Lindsey Eley, Secretary
- Alexis Hunter, Treasurer
- Kendra Malone, Community Liaison
- Alisha Ford, Alumni Relations