Health Educator: Georgia Ringle
Education: Master's degree in Public Health (MPH) from Tulane University's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Office: Lower level of the Student Health and Counseling Center
In her role as a Health Educator, Georgia is constantly engaged with students, whether it is through her continual outreach programming, meeting with students in small groups or one-on-one. She regularly meets with students who have a variety of questions or concerns.
Students come to her with questions about their drinking, wondering if their behaviors have crossed the line from healthy to unhealthy, while other students have come to her with questions about sexual/gender identity or general questions about sex and relationships. Still others have approached her with concerns about eating patterns or exercise rituals.
Regardless of the depth of one's question, whether it is "surface level" or more intimate and involved, Georgia's "open door" policy, while maintaining a student's right to privacy, provides students both the freedom and confidence to drop in and ask about all sorts of information.
If you would like to get in touch with Georgia, for either a formal meeting or to schedule a program for your residence hall or student organization, please send her an email, call her or drop by her office.