Concurrent Session C2 - Building a Culture of Advocacy through Dissent and Innovation Leadership

This study explores dissent leadership, inclusive innovation leadership, and strategies for applying them in organizations to promote advocacy are discussed. Dissent leadership invites a safe and trusting environment for leaders and employees to openly discuss ideas and disagree without fears of repercussions or damages to relationships. Inclusive innovation leadership allows for employees and leaders to work together in an empowered and safe environment that fosters creativity and innovation.

Christina Tuell, MS, CHES®

Program Manager, Student Services at UT Health Science Center at Tyler

Christina Tuell, MS, CHES, is the Program Manager, Student Services at UT Health Science Center at Tyler. Focusing on health promotion through capacity building and community engagement seeks to help improve lives through program development. Trained in health sciences and a Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES), she believes all people deserve access to high-quality, affordable health services. Research interests include digital health literacy, technology-based health promotions, the effect of tobacco use among rural populations, health disparities in racial, sexual and gender minorities, and intersectionality. 

Rachel Helbing

Director of Library Services for the Health Sciences at The University of Houston

Rachel Helbing, MLIS, MS, AHIP, is the Director of Library Services for the Health Sciences at The University of Houston. She has worked for more than twelve years in consumer health, hospital, and academic health sciences libraries. Her interests include clinical informatics and evidence-based practice.  

Rebecca Rich, PhD, CHES®,

The University of Alabama

Dr. Rebecca Rich is an adjunct faculty member at The University of Alabama. She earned her PhD in Health Education and Promotion and MA in Health Studies from The University of Alabama, and a BS in Health Science from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania. Dr. Rich's research, often done within a feminist theoretical framework, includes women’s sexual health, sexuality education, and health education pedagogy. She also has interest in the potential use of feminist pedagogy and social justice in health and sexuality education. Dr. Rich is currently serving as Student Trustee on SOPHE's Board of Trustees.

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Concurrent Session C2 - Building a Culture of Advocacy through Dissent and Innovation Leadership,
10/14/2020 at 1:20 PM (EDT)   |  45 minutes
10/14/2020 at 1:20 PM (EDT)   |  45 minutes
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CECH/CPH CE Credit
0.75 Entry CECH/CPH CE Credit credits  |  No certificate available
0.75 Entry CECH/CPH CE Credit credits  |  No certificate available