EYPC Program Coordinator
Jeanna Campbell received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an emphasis in Biology, and Master’s in Social Work from Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. While a Master’s student, Jeanna advocated for Community-Based Interorganizational Social Change to establish a food pantry on Illinois State University’s campus. The pantry is open to students who attend post-secondary institutions in Central Illinois. An impetuous for creation of the pantry was Jeanna’s personal experience with low-income, social service utilization, and chronic illness. Jeanna has had Type One Diabetes for more than 20 years. Her research interests include the intersections of chronic illness, ableism, biopolitics, culturally humble health and wellness, and health policy.
EYPC Program Trainer and Consultant
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Scott P. Hays, (Ph.D., Political Science), is Director of Research and Development with The Strategic Collaboration Group, Inc. He most recently worked with the Center for Prevention Research and Development where he and his team developed “Engaging Youth for Positive Change”. Dr. Hays has taught political science at the college level and his research has included municipal ordinance adoption in local communities, the role of policy change in substance abuse prevention and youth involvement in policy change. He is co-editor of Engaging the Public: How Government and the Media Can Reinvigorate American Democracy (Rowman and Littlefield, 1998) and his research has appeared in a variety of academic journals including Frontiers in Public Health, The Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, the Journal of Politics, the Journal of Drug Education, and in Children, Youth and Environments.