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Spencer Leon Willis, JR.

Coordinator of Academy for Health potenial/Health Promotion Faculty

Department of Health & Human Performance

Office Location: Field House 100K

Phone: 903.885.5573

Email: Spencer.Willis@tamuc.edu

Professional Vita



Presentations & Conferences

DIRECTORS OF HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION, Minneapolis, MN 8/2013
Annual Members Meeting
Diabetes Self-Management Education in Mississippi’s County-Level Public Health Clinics: Feasibility and Impact– (Presenter)

EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES FOR A HEALTHY MISSISSIPPI, Jackson, MS 5/2013
Annual Conference
Innovations in Health Literacy and Coordinated School Health – Panel discussion with
Christine Philley, M.Ed & Estelle Watts, MSN, RN from MS Department of Education (Panel
Moderator)

MISSISSIPPI PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION (MPHA), Tunica, MS 9/2011
Annual Conference and Business Meeting
Informing Obesity Prevention Strategies: The Use of Self-Regulatory Text Messages in
Improving Healthy Beverage Intake among Families Participating in a State’s WIC Program – A
Pilot Study: 2011 (Presentation & Poster)

XAVIER UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA, New Orleans, LA 9/2011
4th Annual Health Disparities Conference
Measuring Impact of Text Messages, Tailored Print Material, and Standard Issued Brochures
on Knowledge of Proper Infant Feeding Practices among Mothers Participating in the
Mississippi WIC Program – A Pilot Study: 2011 (Poster)

MISSISSIPPI STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (MSDH), Jackson, MS 9/2010
National Diabetes Education Program: Road to Health Toolkit
NDEP Road to Health Toolkit-Diet & Nutrition Section: 2010(Presentation)

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY, Jackson, MS 4/2010
SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
National Public Health Week
“Nutrition 101” – Powell Middle School 2010(Presentation)

THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, Tuscaloosa, AL 9/2009
10th Annual Rural Health Conference – “Prevention: More Than Just and Apple a Day”
Green County KidCheck: PRECEDE-PROCEED Evaluation 2009(Poster)

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, Atlanta, GA 8/2007
MOREHOUSE COLLEGE
Project: IMHOTEP Internship Final Presentations
Homicide Rates and Circumstances among Males Aged 15-34 in 17 States: The National
Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) 2007 (Presentation)

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