BA, SUNY Stony Brook
MS, University of North Texas
Ph.D., Texas Woman's University
A dynamic speaker and teacher, Dr. Eaddy has two decades of experience in Public Health Education. She has served as a clinician, administrator, and educator in some of the most challenging practice areas, which include field- based mental health, EMS, and HIV/AIDS. She has formal training in Psychology, Emergency Medical Services, and Public Health Education. Her professional affiliations include the American Academy of Health Behavior, American Public Health Association, Society for Public Health Education and Eta Sigma Gamma the Health Education Honorary Society.Her practice involves developing web and ground based interventions to address community health problems. She is especially interested in developing harm-reduction/health promotion programs for underserved communities and also focuses on areas like discovering the psychological determinants of health risk behavior and sensation seeking. Dr. Eaddy has authored papers on sensation seeking, HIV and teaching techniques. In 2007, she presented at the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust, the American School Health Association, and the American Association of Health Education.