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Public Health Promotion

Roanoke, VA
January 29, 2024

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Craige W. McKenna



Inspire and motivate students to achieve high goals Guide and instruct students on course policy and monitor their progress Effectively review courses to ensure accurate and

Create a positive learning environment current content

Respond promptly and effectively to the needs of Being available online and by phone for students to students and faculty members contact if they have questions

Timely evaluation and grading of student Utilize different technology options to keep courses assignments fresh and engaging and enhance the learning

Identify and embrace opportunities to enhance process student engagement


Doctor of Philosophy, Public Health: Community Health Promotion & Education Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

August 2010

Master of Science in Public Health, Community Health Promotion & Education Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

May 2006

Master of Science in Education, Health Promotion

Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

July 1999

Bachelor of Science in Education, Health & Physical Education Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

May 1997


Instructor/Adjunct Faculty - Public Health, Everglades University, Boca Raton, FL

Instruct courses in the Master’s Degree Public Health Administration program, providing students with the advanced theoretical concepts and knowledge from all functional areas of Public Health Administration through an analytical, decision-making process focusing on solving practical problems.

September 2014 –


Adjunct Faculty – Public Health, Kaplan University, Chicago, IL

Teach courses in the Master of Public Health program, concentrating on leadership and managerial positions as well as developing the administrative, ethical, and professional skills to apply public health principles to health education and communication programs.

May 2011 – Present

Outstanding Course Lead Award, June 2014

Charter Faculty of the Public Health Student Association

Planned and implemented a series of professional live webinars on public health topics in celebration of National Public Health Week for 2012 (April 2-6) Adjunct Faculty – Health Care Management & Health Science, South University Online, Savannah, GA

Taught courses for the Bachelor’s and Master’s Public Health Degree programs covering a broad range of topics designed to develop the knowledge and skills needed for such an important role in society, and specializations in Public Health Practice or Healthcare Management and Policy allow for in-depth exploration within the public health arena.

June 2012 –

December 2016


107 Woodbine Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24060 Phone: 540-***-**** craige.mckenna41 (Skype)

Craige W. McKenna


Instructor – Health and Human Performance, Concord University, Athens, WV

Taught Health & Human Performance curriculum

July 2009 –

May 2011

Member of General Studies Committee

Created the Graduate course HLTH 540 - Epidemiology OTHER EXPERIENCE

High School and Middle School Substitute Teacher, Montgomery County Public Schools, Montgomery County, VA

October 2005 –


Diabetes Education and Advocacy Speaker, Mountain Region Association of Diabetes Educators, Montgomery Regional Hospital, Pulaski Community Hospital, Montgomery County Public Schools

August 2005 –


Donor Recruitment Representative, Appalachian Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross, Blacksburg, VA

May 2003 –

March 2005

Elementary School Health & Physcial Education Teacher, Riverlawn Elementary School, Radford, VA

August 2002 –

May 2003

Junior High School Health & Physical Education Teacher, Cave Spring Junior High, Roanoke, VA

August 2001 –

June 2002

Intermediate School Health & Physical Education Teacher, John N. Dalton Intermediate School, Radford, VA

August 2000 –

June 2001

Theology Teacher, Benedictine High School, Richmond, VA August 1997 – June 1998


Dissertation (public): The Relationship of Type A and Type B Personalities and Disease Management Effectiveness on the Perceived Stress and Self-Efficacy of People with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. United States Copyright Office; TX-6-697-136

APHA: National Public Health Week - Irresponsible Sexual Health - April 5, 2012

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