Corinne Quinn, MSPH, MCHES
Corinne L. Quinn, MSPH, MCHES (Master of Science in Public Health, Master Certified Health Education Specialist) is currently a student at Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, CA. Born and raised in Vallejo, CA, Corinne attended Santa Catalina School for Girls, a private, Catholic boarding high school in Monterey, CA. She received her BA in Pan-African Studies/Pre Medical Studies from Barnard College in New York, NY in 1998 and her MS in Public Health from Arcadia University in Glenside, PA in 2005. Corinne has coordinated and managed nutrition education/obesity prevention programs geared primarily toward low income African-American and Latino individuals in various community based organizations including The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano and Vallejo City Unified School District.
Katherine Hawksworth is a Program Manager with the Center for Wellness and Nutrition, a program of the Public Health Institute. Ms. Hawksworth provides training and technical assistance to schools, health departments, and community members to create healthier environments via policies and best practices. Ms. Hawksworth has experience in curriculum development, training design and facilitation, and works to address school and community nutrition, physical activity, and other wellness topics through an equity and social justice lens.
Dinora has spent 20 years of her career focused on serving families and communities in the Solano County. Currently she is a Senior Manager-Population Health at Aliados Health where she os leading severe large grants focused on training and supporting Community Health Workers and Promotoras in Solano County.