Liz is a health educator housed in Genesee County.
Counties of Primary Responsibility: Genesee, Saginaw, Shiawassee, Bay, and Midland
Liz offers a variety of disease prevention and community behavioral health programs. She has a specific interest in nutrition, physical activity, sleep health and substance use disorder. Before her work as a health educator, she worked as a community nutrition instructor for MSU Extension, delivering SNAP-Ed nutrition education in Genesee County.
She received her Masters in Community Health Education from Wayne State University and her Bachelors in Family Studies with a concentration on Substance Abuse Education: Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment from Central Michigan University.
Liz is trained to deliver the below courses:
Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health)
Chronic Disease PATH (Personal Action Toward Health)
Opioid Education Presentations
Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention
Sleep Education for Everyone Program (SLEEP)
Wellness Initiative for Senior Education (WISE)
Dining with Diabetes
Matter of Balance
Tips for making your holiday meals healthier
Published on November 7, 2022
Harm Reduction Saves Lives
Published on August 5, 2022
Keep naloxone on hand to save a life
Published on July 6, 2022
Tips for fall prevention
Published on June 3, 2022
How to support a family member in recovery from a substance use disorder
Published on November 23, 2021
Here’s to a good night’s sleep
Published on July 21, 2021
Managing chronic pain during the workday
Published on July 20, 2021
What is the difference between acute and chronic illness?
Published on January 25, 2021
Health scams often target older people
Published on December 9, 2020