My experience in academia gives me familiarity with the accountability and reporting required from funding agencies. I offer services that design and manualized these interventions, along with workforce training and implementation support options. As a possible grant partner from conception to completion, let’s collaboratively bring your effective health programs to fruition.
“MAMA BEAR” Clinical Trial (Michigan State University)
Helps minority moms reach their breastfeeding goals and lose weight after giving birth.
Enhancing the Motivational Interviewing Skills of Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Faculty Project (Florida International University)
Aims to provide individual motivational interviewing coaching for faculty in the department of Humanities, Health and Society to improve student motivational interviewing supervision in the field.
Preventing Overweight/Obesity in Elementary School Children (Florida International University)
Focuses on developing and piloting a workshop/social media based intervention using pre-service teachers as agents of change in order to decrease childhood obesity in elementary school age children.
The “FIT Families Project” (Wayne State University)
Helped overweight minority youth aged 12-17 work with their families to achieve wellness goals including weight loss.
The Encouraging Young Adults to Make Effective Nutrition Choices “MENU Gen Y” Study (Henry Ford Health System)
Aimed to improve the fruit and vegetable intake of young adults ages 21-30 through a web-based intervention.
The Project for Enhancement and Alignment of the Continuum of Care for HIV-Infected Youth: A Multiagency (Indiana University School of Medicine)
Focused on training clinic Linkage-to-Care coordinators in motivational interviewing and study the implementation of the behavior change communication across the HIV Adolescent Trials Network.
Parent Focused Obesity Intervention for Low-Income African American Preschoolers (Eastern Michigan University)
Develop and test a home-based parent intervention to prevent the development of obesity among high-risk African American preschoolers in Head Start programs.