Tabia Henry Akintobi, PhD, MPH is Professor of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Associate Dean of Community Engagement, and Principal Investigator and Director of the Prevention Research Center at Morehouse School of Medicine. She has extensive experience in community-based participatory research, community-engaged public health practice, and experiential learning among trainees across the health professional career development pipeline. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami and earned both a Master of Public Health and Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health from the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health.
Danielle Duvernay is the Program Coordinator for the Office of Community Engagement and for the H.E.A.L. (Health Equity for ALL Lives) free Student-Run Clinic. She has experience in developing community partnerships and routinely works to service and collaborate with underserved and indigent communities in metropolitan and rural Georgia. Ms. Duvernay received her Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University and has been on staff with Morehouse School of Medicine for over a decade serving in various departments including Clinical Affairs, Family Medicine and Community Health and Preventive Medicine. In 2019 she was awarded the prestigious "Rising Star" award in recognition of her dedication and support of our MSM Students, Faculty and Staff.
Sabrina Mobley Frazier is a trusted and well-respected Community Health Worker leading and supporting community-campus partnerships for the Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center and the Office of Community Engagement since 2012. She supports patient/community engagement recruitment, data collection, education, and outreach and dissemination efforts. Sabrina is dedicated to community service and serves on the Summerhill Neighborhood Development Corporation as a board member within the Metropolitan Atlanta Neighborhood Planning Unit V. Although Sabrina previously shared residence in the NPU-V & T neighborhood, she is committed to providing support and remains active whenever support is needed.
Tammie Griffin I joined MSM team in May, 2019 as Administrative Assistant II at the Prevention Research Center/Office of Community Engagement. I am enthusiastic and personable, my passion is to contribute, support, and make a difference. I am open-arms to opportunities that will broaden my horizon, as well assist in MSM mission to improve the health and well-being of individuals and communities; increase the diversity of the health professional and scientific workforce, and address primary healthcare needs through programs in education, research, and service.