Camille Edwards, M.P.H., CHES, is the Public Health Workforce Development and Community Engagement Director for the Master of Public Health program, within the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences. Camille’s background is in health promotion and education. Prior to Wright State she worked as a health educator at Indianapolis Healthy Start, located in Indianapolis, IN. In that role, Camille managed the Baby & Me Tobacco Free grant, helping women to stop smoking during pregnancy and stay quit after delivery.
During graduate school, Camille helped to develop the curriculum for a youth diabetes prevention program for students within the Indianapolis Public Schools system. This program was to be implemented through the Indianapolis Minority Health Coalition. Camille’s public health passion is in reducing infant and maternal mortality rates within the African American community. Camille is a member of the Ohio Society for Public Health Education.
M.P.H., Health Disparities, University of Indianapolis
B.S., Community Health Education, University of Indianapolis
Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)