Dr. Sloane Burke holds a Ph.D. in Health Studies from Texas Woman’s University, is a Certified Health Education Specialist, and is a Public Health Fellow from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She is also an active member of the American Public Health Association (APHA) serving on Governing Council and with the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). Dr. Burke has over 14 years of teaching experience in higher education and 10 years experience in the health-based nonprofit field. She has worked with agencies such as the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, American Cancer Society, and the American Red Cross. Dr. Burke has published professional journal articles on women’s health, health disparities, and instructional technology, and was a contributing author for a published book and booklet series on breast cancer. Dr. Burke’s research interests include Latina health, college health, and breast cancer. An award winning professor and CSUN alumni, Dr. Burke teaches both undergraduate and graduate MPH courses in health communications, curriculum design, and program planning for public health. Her teaching experience also includes research methods, health disparities, global health, and study abroad.