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Tennille Daniels M.P.H. (M11), Co-Founder of DIVAS, MPH (Making our People Healthier)

Tennille Daniels (M11), '03, information systems management, and a fellow UMBC alumna and former student assistant in the Meyerhoff Scholars office, Maaden Eshete '07, biological science, recently started a community based organization along with two other young women called Divas, MPH (Making our People Healthier).

In observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2010, Divas, MPH hosted S.O.S. (Saving Our Sisters from HIV/AIDS), a half-day awareness and skill building summit. A brief story on their work was featured on essence.com.

To access the full story, click here.

For a full recap of the event, click here.

To learn more about Divas, MPH, visit www.divasmph.org.

Tennile Daniels earned her M.P.H. at Emory University in 2004.

Posted by Stanyell Bruce on June 8, 2010 2:08 PM |

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