Tatiana Allen-Webb, BS, CCRP, is the Programs Manager for the Utah Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) program. She coordinates the design, development, and delivery of statewide initiatives, including program assessment and improvement, and oversees the AHEC Scholars. Additionally, Tatiana manages the Community Health Worker Team embedded into the School of Medicine curriculum. Tatiana has 23 years of experience at the University of Utah.
Justine is an Administrative Assistant for the Division of Public Health. She provides administrative support to the Division Chief and faculty and staff as needed. Her responsibilities include managing calendars, accounts payable, supply orders, minutes, and assisting with travel and events such as student graduation. Justine is from St. Anthony, Idaho and earned her Bachelor of Science in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from Brigham Young University-Idaho. Justine enjoys traveling, playing board games, and exploring the great outdoors.
Ashly grew up in the “bustling metropolis” of Ely, NV and is no stranger to rural community life. While attending Brigham Young University she received her BS degree in Athletic Training and fought wildfires in the summer to best minimize her education costs. As an Administrative Manager in the DFPM, her responsibilities include supporting the OEH and PH divisions with their financial and administrative needs. She has a healthy dose of curiosity for most things and enjoys skiing, hiking, travelling, cooking and having adventures with her husband and son.
Jacklyn Chiu is a Graduate Student Coordinator II for students in the MPH-UAC, MSPH, MSTAT programs through the division of Public Health programs that are offered through the Department of Family and Preventative Medicine. Jacklyn will be coordinating different aspects with the education programs that include recruiting, admissions, advising, and graduation. Jacklyn has earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Utah.
Courtney is an Associate Director of Graduate Education for the Division of Public Health and Occupational Environmental Health. She is responsible for the administration and management of all Public Health and Occupational Environmental Health program operations including education, budgeting, financial operations, development, communication, and human resources. Courtney earned her MBA from Concordia University Chicago. She has several years of experience in management, leadership, administrative duties, academic advising, public relations and event coordinating.
Maisa is the Administrative Manager for the Utah Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Program. She is an administrative leader with more than twenty years of experience in implementation and management of health organizations, social programs and private companies. She has successfully managed private business, and effectively worked in socially driven organizations and in academic institutions. Maisa is passionate about creating equitable opportunities for disadvantage individuals in education and health.
Abby is a Recruiter and Coordinator through the division of Public Health. Her responsibilities include coordinating different aspects of the program which includes recruiting, personal outreach, marketing strategies, and public relations. Abby is from University Place, Washington and earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Communications from Utah Valley University. Abby enjoys running, playing board games, and reading self-improvement books.
Pamela is the Human Resources Manager for the Division of Public Health and Occupational and Environmental Health. Her responsibilities include payroll, managing the new hire process, with tracking hires, drafting offer letters, initiates background checks and I-9's, submitting additional compensations, invoicing, vacation and time-off accruals and manages Public Health's UMarket online payment account. She has several years experience in global health, management of learning abroad programs, budgets, marketing, event coordination, student advising and recruitment, project management, travel planning and logistics, and preparing/coordinating program support agreements and international wire transfers.
Sylvia Lyons is an Administrative Assistant for the Division of Public Health. She provides secretarial and administrative support to faculty and staff, including managing calendars and room scheduling, purchasing, reimbursement, supply orders, lists, minutes, time off tracking, and assisting with travel and event planning as needed. She earned her BA in General Professional Dance and has taught ballroom and coached formation teams periodically. She also home schooled her family for 12 years.
Prudi Marneedi, BDS, MPH, CPH is the Evaluation and Education Lead for the Utah AHEC program. He will be evaluating the AHEC programs and lead several educational activities administered by Utah AHEC. Prudvi is an alumni of University of Utah and is interested in public health research and community health. He envisions a just and equitable society.
Josué Martinez is an Academic Advisor to the students in the Masters of Public Health (MPH) and Occupational and Enviromental Health (OEH) Degree programs offered through the Department of Family and Preventative Medicine. Josué coordinates all aspects of student education programs including recruiting, admissions, advising, and graduation. He earned his BA in Political Science with a Minor in Spanish from the University of Utah.
Dallas Nelson is an Education Manager for the Division of Public Health and Occupational Environmental Health. He coordinates all aspects of student education programs including recruiting, admissions, advising, and graduation. Dallas earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah and his Master of Public Administration from Southern Utah University. He has several years of experience in higher education, management, academic advising, and event coordinating.
Chris Sparks is a Study Coordinator for the Division of Public Health. He assists in managing Clinical Research activities for Dr. Baron’s Behavioral Sleep Medicine lab including data collection, analysis, and participant recruitment. He also works PRN in the UMC’s ER as an EMT. He has a great interest in the intersection of behavioral and mental health and their impact on personal and community health at large. Chris earned his MPH with a Certificate in Global health and BS in Sociology from the University of Utah.
Kamaile Tripp-Harris is Health Equity Consultant for the Division of Public Health, aiding Health Equity Teams statewide in addressing health disparities in underrepresented and underserved communities. Kamaile is a certified Community Health Worker, facilitating Community Health Talks and Cultural Presentations for medical students. Kamaile earned an Associates degree in Accounting. She is a former Hawaiian Heritage Teacher at Pacific Heritage Academy in Rose Park, UT., has worked in Mental & Behavioral Healthcare for 18 years, and is producer and co-host of the Island Wave Podcast, whose mission is to collect Pacific Island Experiences of Utah and build a bridge to the broader community.