Annaliesse Reyes

Master of Health Administration (MHA)

Annaliesse Reyes is a first-year graduate student in the College of Public Health pursuing a Master of Health Administration. Annaliesse graduated with her undergraduate degree from UGA with a B.S.H.P in Health Promotion and Behavior in Summer 2022. She began an internship at the Rural Studies Institute at Georgia College and State University in her last year of undergrad. Until June 2023, she worked as a rural health research consultant addressing health disparities and food insecurity in middle Georgia. With a growing passion for rural health and community health, Annaliesse hopes to become an executive director, leading the way for implementing public health programs to address health disparities and food insecurity within Southern rural communities.

  • B.S.H.P in Health Promotion and Behavior, College of Public Health, University of Georgia, Summer 2022
Course Instruction
  • BIOL 1103 Graduate Lab Assistant for Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
Research Interests
  • Rural Health
  • Health Disparities
  • Chronic Disease Prevention and Awareness
  • Food Insecurity
  • Social Determinants of Health