Jessica (she/her) received her Masters of Education in Counseling from Boston University. Her scope of practice includes community level change around health concerns that can get in the way of student success. Jessica regularly meets with students privately to talk about their choices around alcohol, marijuana, sleep, stress management or discuss personal health goals. She manages several prevention focused programs including Bringing in the Bystander and the RSVPs and is co-leading the JED Campus project. Jessica has received national awards from the American College Health Association, NASPA-Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education, and is a sought after presenter at regional and national conferences. She is currently on the Board of Directors for both the New England College Health Association and the American College Health Association.
Mallory (she/her) received her MPH in Community Health Sciences and Maternal and Child Health from Boston University and her bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri. Prior to Bentley, Mallory worked in a variety of roles in OB/GYN research, sexual health peer education, and as a videographer for an NBC affiliated news station. Mallory's professional interest include sexual health, promoting harm reduction practices, intersectional health education, and empowering young adults to make informed decisions about their health. In her free time, you can find the California native at the beach, spending time with her puppy Rory, or watching a football or basketball game
Lydia Goff (she/her) joined Bentley as the Mental Health Promotion Specialist within the office of Community Wellbeing and Health Promotion. In this role, Lydia will be developing and promoting educational and behavior change programs surrounding mental health topics. Lydia received her MPH in Health Behavior through the University of Alabama at Birmingham and her Bachelors degrees in Psychology and Writing through the University of Rochester. Prior to working at Bentley, Lydia worked as a Behavior Therapist at both private and public schools in Massachusetts, and as a Research Assistant examining the use of telemedicine in urban communities. Lydia's professional interests include health education and media literacy, stress and anxiety, and the mind-body connection. Originally from the Hudson Valley, New York, Lydia has a love of hiking, farmers markets, and exploring small towns in New England.
Olivia Gentry (she/they) is the graduate assistant in Community Wellbeing & Health Promotion and is currently working on a master's degree in public health at Boston University. Olivia's public health practice focuses on addressing systems of oppression in all dimensions of wellbeing. She specializes in sexual health and is a certified health education specialist. When not at school or her assistantship, Olivia prefers to be trying new foods, exploring the outdoors, or facetiming her sister's dog.
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