Tia McGill, M.P.H.

Center for Leadership in Disability
Institute of Public Health
Georgia State University
75 Piedmont Ave NE
Suite 514
Atlanta, GA 30303
 
Phone: 404-413-1289
Email: tmcgill@gsu.edu
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Last Updated: June 30, 2010

Tia McGill
 

Primary Activity Coordinators: Cultural Diversity
 
Discipline(s): Public Health
 
AUCD Council Membership: Multicultural Council

Vita/Bio

Tia M. McGill received her Bachelor or Arts in Psychology from Spelman College in 2005.  During her tenure there, her academic and research focus was concentrated in the area of mental health and its impact on the community.  In 2007, she was conferred a Master of Public Health in Behavioral Science and Health Promotion from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health where she focused on population based interventions aimed at decreasing racial and ethnic health disparities.  In January of 2008, she joined the National SafeCare® Training and Research Center as a Training Specialist where she works to effectively educate and train health and human services professionals to implement the evidence based SafeCare Parenting Program curriculum.  Tia McGill has served as an author on one peer-reviewed published article in the journal, Addictive Behaviors and has been notably honored for her work at the Morehouse School of Medicine/Tuskegee University/University of Alabama at Birmingham Partnership Cancer Research Training Program Research Symposium.