Interview With Corinna Kelley, MPH, Health Equity Expert
My guest on this episode is Corinna Kelley, who is a leader and advocate for advancing quality public health practices that address health inequalities and impact change in her local community. Corinna has over 14 years of knowledge and experience working in various public health specialties, and considers herself to be a "public health jack of all trades."
Corinna Kelley, MPH
Corinna Kelley is a leader and advocate for advancing quality Public Health practices to address health inequalities and impact change in the community in which she lives.
Corinna has over 14 years of knowledge and experience working in various public health specialties from infection control, emergency management, food safety & defense, entomology, epidemiology, as well as occupational and community health.
She has served as a Public Health advisor in the United States Air Force, the New Jersey Department of Health and as a site visitor for The Public Health Accreditation Board.
She has a MPH in Healthcare Administration from The University of Arizona and currently works as a Mobile Clinic Coordinator for St. Joseph’s Hospital in Tampa Florida where she collaborates with various stakeholders and community partners to provide comprehensive healthcare services to underserved populations.
Corinna has a relentless commitment to improving the community and serves on the Health Advisory Board for Migrant Farm Workers and is a Tampa Bay health equity committee member for the Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative.
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Corinna's Career Tips
Network (social media, and local communities)
Go to career fairs
Join local organizations
Find a mentor
Corinna and her husband are a podcasting team. They are US Air Force Veterans looking to spread knowledge about various topics related to culture, diversity, traditions, hobbies, politics, religion, and current events. Their hope is to help others gain an understanding of one another so we can unify and learn to respect and accept each other’s differences.
They are just getting started and have about 30 episodes you can find on sound cloud, YouTube and iTunes.
They are looking to continue to grow through consulting, advocacy and philanthropy.
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