Jasmine Phillips, MPH
Jasmine Phillips, MPH, is from Raleigh, NC and lived there until the age of 24. She attended North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC where she received her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in Public Health Education. She was interested in Public Health through work in the community and receiving mentorship from a professor at the university who she had connected with. After the passing of her mentor, she decided to further continue to work in the community in educating those on
HIV/STI prevention. After graduation, she moved to Atlanta, GA to attend graduate school at Mercer University, in which she received her Masters’ Degree in Public Health. During her time in graduate school, she volunteered with AIDS Healthcare Foundation in recruitment, community outreach, and promoting HIV Testing in Metro Atlanta. After volunteering for a semester with the organization, they asked me to apply as a HIV testing counselor for their organization. Jasmine has been working with AIDS Healthcare Foundation for three years, and continues to pursue her master’s Education in Human Sexuality Studies at Widener University.
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Kayla Smith is a current graduate student at Clark Atlanta University getting her Masters in Social Work. Her previous undergraduate degree is in social work from Cedar Crest College. Her professional career consists of different forms of group therapy and individual therapy. Her career goal is to become a sex therapist & sex coach and wants to work with individuals and couples from all walks of life. In the future, she'd like to work with those who are part of the disabled community as well as LGBTQIA+ communities.
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