"I get to teach and talk about public health every day. Whether talking to teenagers about mental health, helping my students plan out a campus health activity or sharing lessons learned with fellow practitioners, it is all making a difference." - Dr. Elizabeth Wachira (PhD, MPH, BSN)
Public health is her purpose. Community outreach, her commitment. As director of the public health program at A&M-Commerce, Elizabeth Wachira longs to achieve health equity for the marginalized and underprivileged. Her work starts at the grassroots level by empowering communities to unite together for one common goal: leaving none behind. Co-founder of the Youth Engagement Society, Wachira promotes public health through events such as the AFYA Day Dallas, a community fun and wellness expo.
At the local level, educating begins in the college classroom. A&M-Commerce gives her the space to inform, inspire and innovate future public health leaders. She empowers others, so they can do the same.
Check out her Google Scholar articles here.
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