Sloane M. Sengson, CHES®

Curriculum Vitae

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Sloane Sengson, CHES®, is an MPH candidate concentrated in Disaster Management. She is also currently in the process of receiving a Global Health Certificate, a Social Determinants of Health Certificate, and Graduate Teaching Certificate. She previously received her B.S. in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia. Sloane is currently a research assistant in the Institute for Disaster Management utilizing the photovoice method towards various disciplines and engaging in additional research that supports her interests. Sloane has also served as a graduate teaching assistant for the Undergraduate Disaster Management Minor Program. Sloane is an experienced public health student with leadership experience, interpersonal skills, and a desire to advocate for all. She is eager to impact her community through public health work and research.

  • Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Behavior, University of Georgia, May 2022
    • Minors in Disaster Management; Health Policy and Management
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She is a Certified Health Education Specialist.

Honors, Awards, and Achievements
  • 2022-2023 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Mini-Grant Recipient; UGA College of Public Health
  • 2022 Pillar of the Community Award; UGA Engagement, Leadership and Service
  • 2022 Health Equity Fellow, UGA College of Public Health
  • 2022 Outstanding Senior Leader Award; UGA Engagement, Leadership and Service
  • 2022 David Hayes Undergraduate Award; UGA College of Public Health
  • 2017 & 2020 Presidential Volunteer Service Award
  • Research Partner, UGA Cognitive Aging Research and Education (CARE) Center
  • Member, Institute for Disaster Management Ritchie Research Lab
  • Member, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
  • Member, Disaster Dogs
  • Member, UGA Medical Reserve Corps
  • Affiliate, Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies
  • Member, Students for Disability Advocacy
Course Instruction

Teaching Assistant for:

  • FYOS 1101: A Field-Guide to Resiliency (Fall 2022)
  • DMAN 3100: Disasters and Society (Fall 2022)
  • DMAN 3750: How to Survive the Apocalypse (Fall 2022)
Research Interests

Disaster Management, Emergency Preparedness, Mental Health, Disability Inclusion, Sustainability & Climate Science, Sexual & Reproductive Health, Health Equity

  • Photovoice Exhibition – The Lived Experience of Disability Inclusion; Exhibition held at the Georgia Museum of Art (September 2022)
  • Integrating Trauma Informed Practices into your Leadership Style; Student Leadership Conference; Athens, GA (September 2022)
  • Mental Health and Disability Inclusion Competency Training; Student Leadership Conference; Athens, GA (October 2021)
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