Interview with Brittany Prince Evans, MHA, WellStart Initiatives
In this episode, you will meet Brittany Prince Evans, and learn about her journey into public health. She is the founder of WellStart Initiatives, which is dedicated to the development and implementation of strategies that will decrease health disparities. Tune in to hear details about Brittany’s public health career journey, as well as career advice she shares for public health students and graduates.
Brittany Prince Evans, MHA
Brittany Prince Evans received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Carolina in Public Health and a Master of Health Administration from Clayton State University. She is a graduate of Emory Healthcare’s Operation Development Program and Quality Academy. She also has a Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification, Tobacco Cessation Facilitator Certification, and Health Coach Certification.
Brittany currently serves as Assistant Director of Urban Health Initiative for Emory University School of Medicine and Engagement Manager of Georgia Memory Net.
She is the founder of WellStart Initiatives.
WellStart Initiatives is dedicated to the development and implementation of strategies that will decrease health disparities. She created a mini campaign in 2014 called “Let’s Move Manning” in her hometown, Manning, SC. The campaign encouraged preventative care such as healthy eating, healthy cooking demonstrations, walking/running groups, and group exercise classes.