Shalonda Freeman, PhD, MPH
Dr. Shalonda Freeman has over fifteen years of research, program implementation and project management experience in molecular biology, HIV/STD prevention, risk reduction and chronic disease prevention. Prior to joining TEPHINET, she provided leadership for chronic disease prevention programs in the state of Georgia through the promotion of evidence-based programming and best practices to achieve reductions in the burden of chronic disease. Dr. Freeman previously worked at Emory University where she managed and coordinated a multi-site demonstration and evaluation of HIV service delivery initiative in correctional settings. She holds a Bachelor of Science in biology from Alabama A&M University, a PhD in biology from Clark Atlanta University and a MPH in prevention science from Emory University.