Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Organized and motivated employee eager to apply organizational, data driven interest and skills within public health prevention into new opportunities that will continue to impact public health on a new scale.

  • Self-motivated
  • Program management
  • Report generation
  • Project coordination
  • Program leadership
  • Budget coordination
  • Analytical
  • Bilingual
Education and Training
Expected in 01/2009
Bachelors of Science: General biology
Grand Canyon University - ,
11/2015 to Current
Tobacco Use Prevention Program Coordinator State Of Oklahoma Norman, OK,
  • Manage program and ensure contract deliverables are met annually, develop annual action plans, monitor program activities, evaluate staff and program activities, research and review current best practices related to tobacco and chronic disease, maintain program budget.
  • Oversee program duties for the following programs and activities:.
  • Tobacco Use Prevention: strive to create policy, system or environmental changes in tobacco use behavior.
  • Chronic Disease: program assists in the prevention and early detection of the four leading tobacco related causes of death in Arizona.
  • Youth led coalition: guide local youth to educate peers, community members and public officials to raise awareness and help others better understand issues associated with tobacco use through community awareness and policy initiatives to prevent and reduce the initiation of tobacco and tobacco related products (vape) use among youth in Yuma County.
  • Improve availability, accessibility, and effectiveness of cessation services for specific populations affected by tobacco-related disparities.
  • Arizona Smoke Free program: ensure local businesses follow the Smoke Free law.
  • Yuma County HEAL coalition: coordinate efforts in an impactful way to promote healthier environments and reduce barriers to healthy lifestyle choices.
  • COVID-19 and MEDSIS related activities and projects.
  • Fostered relationships to define programming needs and strengthen organizational standing.
  • Coordinated and administered Health Promotion programs.
  • Coordinated logistics for activities and events.
2013 to 11/2015
Tobacco Use Prevention Program Health Educator University Of Kentucky Lexington, KY,
  • Community presentations related to tobacco education and prevention efforts.
  • Train and educate youth coalition, RYYOT, as peer leaders and presenters in classrooms, community settings or as leaders in local policy initiatives to reduce youth access to tobacco.
  • Develop and maintain local partnerships with healthcare providers and agencies to increase ASHLine referrals for Yuma County through outreach efforts and trainings.
  • Educate tobacco retailers on youth tobacco laws to decrease underage sales to minors, Demonstrations of human cadavers; presented basic anatomy and physiology to high school students, along with the pathophysiology of each particular body.
  • Enhanced awareness of health resources and worked to connect individuals with programs.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with government regulators, residents, families, other area health care providers, physicians and community at large.
  • Presented public talks to promote specific topics and work of organization.
  • Checked accuracy of public data and materials, making immediate changes upon discovery of outdated information.
07/2011 to 2013
Nutrition Assistant Yuma County Public Health Services District, AZNN City, STATE,
  • Nutrition and physical activity based educational presentations at thirteen different schools around the Yuma, Somerton, San Luis and Wellton communities.
  • Adult presentations focused on nutrition, provided for community groups and agencies.
02/2009 to 04/2009
Student Worker Significant Education Inc, Grand Canyon University Health Science City, STATE,
  • Demonstrations of human cadavers; presented basic anatomy and physiology to high school students, along with the pathophysiology of each particular body
  • Developed strong oral and written communication skills in working with people of different ages.

· Working in the Public Health, Health Promotions field for 10 years 2011-Present

· CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program 2019

· Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) Spanish Curriculum 2016

· Making Proud Choices curriculum Instructor 2015

· Reducing the Risk Curriculum Instructor 2015

· National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach Facilitator 2014

· Basic Tobacco Intervention Skills for Health Professionals Certification-U of A 2013


· Tomando Control de Su Salud Lay Leader 2017

· Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) Certification Training 2015

· Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) Lay Leader-

AZ Living Well Institute-Stanford University 2014

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