Pierrette J Cazeau
She has served in a multitude of roles in the healthcare industry. Her professional background includes traineeships as an Administrator Intern Training with Boynton Beach rehab nursing, a Healthcare Business Consultant, an Educator Network Trainee for HIV/AIDS and STD with the CDC, Crisis Emergency Communication Preparedness with the CDC, and a Data Interpreter for Public Health Professionals with University of Washington, a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative with the National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives. Improving Patient Safety: Reflections on the Past-Improvements for Tomorrow, with McKesson Corporation, Markov Decision Process Analytic Methods for Sequential, with Society Medical Decision Making, Monitoring The Public’s Health: Using Data from The National Center for Health Statistics With American Public Health Association, National Medicare Training Program Audio Conference Call, with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Your Medicare Rights & Protections & an Overview of the National Medicare Training Program Products, with the CMS.She is currently acquiring a Doctor of Philosophy degree at Capella University School of Public Services Leadership, with a specialization in Health Care Administration (Dissertation Phase V). Her educational credentials extend further into being the recipient of a graduate certificate in Criminal Justice from Capella University and a Certificate in Introduction of Substance Abuse from Palm Beach Community College.
She as well holds a Master of Business Administration in Health Services Administration and Human Resources Management from Nova Southeastern University, a Bachelor of Sciences in Organizational Management, Human Resources Management, and Organizational Behavior from Palm Beach Atlantic University, and an Associate of Arts in Pre-Nursing from Palm Beach Community College. In the field of higher education, she has served as an abstract reviewer for the American Public Health Association-Student Assembly (APHA-SA), Gerontological Health Services section, HIV/AIDS section, and the World Federal Public Health Association also served as a manuscript reviewer for the International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine & Public Health (IJCRIMPH). She also served on a Policy Committee which involved reviewing policies for Medicare. She was one of the writer’s for the Get Ready: Pandemic Flu. She also contributed on the APHA-PHCAT, which involved updating old policies to reflect current trends and laws.Her research interests focus on Managed Care, Long-Term Care, Hospice, Death With Dignity Act, Patient Safety, Medicare Part D PDP and MA-PD. In addition, she has served as a moderator for the Concern on Children Health.
Thomas F Huehn,
Vice President, Trustee Research Librarian
He has served as a Reference Librarian for the Palm Beach County Library System, an Assistant Professor and Interlibrary Loan and Technical Services Specialist, a Fine Arts Librarian, an Instructor and trained an Information Technology Specialist for the Palm Beach Atlantic University, and an English Second Language Instructor for the Palm Beach School District. He is currently acquiring a Post-Graduate Certificate in Library Leadership from Florida State University.
He holds a Master of Library Information Sciences from Western Ontario, a Bachelor of Arts in Music and Philosophy from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Church Music from Tyndale University.
Phd (Candidate) Lead Research in Indonesia Trustee of Indonesia
Christa Dewi has a Bachelor of Public Health from Airlangga University, Surabaya, Indonesia and a Master of Nursing from Charles Darwin University, Australia. Her professional and minor thesis focus has been on community organising and community development experiences.
She is currently enrolled in a PhD through the Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney, Australia entitled ‘Integrating an Asset-based Approach into Community-based Tuberculosis Care in Eastern Indonesia’. She has worked in Community Development at Bethesda since 2001.
This is a local NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia that focuses on providing primary health care, particularly in resources-limited setting throughout Indonesia. She also has a range of experience in participatory monitoring and evaluation of community-based health program and capacity building activities at the community level. She has a strong interest in community-based participatory research as well as developing innovative and creative teaching methods and strategies in community-based health programs.