Ki-Jana Malone, B.S.

Research Assistant, W'SUP - Wayne State University

Ki-Jana Malone joined the Wayne State University Prevention Team the winter prior to graduating from Wayne State University with her BS in Public Health in May 2019. She is a ReBUILD scholar alumni, and a published co-author who actively gives back her community and the LGBTQ+ community at-large. She is currently doing research at WSUP, contributing to her next project. She can be reached at kmalone@med.wayne.edu.

Ki-Jana is speaking at

December 1, 2020
11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Speakers

  • Megan Mulvaney, M.A., M.P.H. (Moderator) LGBT Cancer Action Council, Karmanos Cancer Institute
  • Elizabeth Towner, Ph.D. (Panelist) Assistant Professor of Family Medicine & Public Health Sciences , Wayne State University School of Medicine
  • Jessica Jackson, C.N.M. (Panelist) Community Advisory Board Member, FPP- CAB
  • Angulique Y. Outlaw, Ph.D. (Panelist) Associate Professor-Research; Director of Prevention Programming (W'SUP), Wayne State University School of Medicine
  • Ki-Jana Malone, B.S. (Panelist) Research Assistant, W'SUP - Wayne State University
  • Vanessa Rorai, M.S.W. (Panelist) Community Outreach Specialist, Healthier Black Elders Center Wayne State University
  • Wilma Stringer (Panelist) Community Advisory Board Member, Healthier Black Elders Center Wayne State University

Description

This session will focus on models of community engagement to address health issues among young children, adolescents, and elders.

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