*Public Health Expertise: Program Design and Evaluation; Health Promotion
Allison Messina has worked as an adjunct professor at Saint Francis University
since 2015 in the School of Public Health, with a focus on Program Design and
Evaluation. She has
a Master's Degree from
the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public Health in
Health Promotion and Education and a B.S. from Pennsylvania State University in
Biobehavioral Health. She has also worked for the Center
for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Johnstown, PA for the past 11
years and serves as their Director
of Evaluation. Ms. Messina's research focus centers around school
and health care based bullying prevention initiatives. Ms. Messina's other
public health experience includes developing and evaluating adult worksite
wellness programs, childhood obesity programs, adult and youth tobacco
prevention and cessation, and school based health initiatives. She has presented
her work at local, state and national conferences and has published several
articles related to these projects.
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