Resume

Education

  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Community Health Education
  • Morgan State University
    • Master of Science, Communication Management
  • University of Central Florida
    • Bachelor of Arts, Journalism-Visual Communication

Health Education Experience

University Courses Taught

  • Human Sexuality
  • Peer Health Education Topics

University Courses Assisted                                                                 

  • Biology of Sex
  • Human Sexuality (online)
  • Community Health Analysis
  • Community Health Interventions
  • Community Health Organizations

 Guest Presentations

  • Data Collection and Analysis
  • HIV prevention opportunities with GPS-based social and sexual networking applications for men who have sex with men
  • Sex, Milk, and Cookies: A sexy conversation about safe hookups
  • HIV/AIDS in popular culture
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • The influence of Hip Hop sexual scripts on perceptions of black adolescent female sexuality
  • Gender Socialization
  • HIV/AIDS 101

Publications

  1. Jenkins Hall, W., Tanner, A. E, Sun, C.J., Stowers, J., Mann, L., & Rhodes, S. (2017). HIV prevention opportunities with GPS-based social and sexual networking applications for men who have sex with men. Aids Education and Prevention. 29(1), 38-48.
  2. Côté-Arsenault, D., Denney-Koelsch, E., & Jenkins Hall, W. (2016). Feeling cared for vs. experiencing added burden: Parents’ interactions with healthcare providers in pregnancy with a lethal fetal diagnosis. Illness, Crisis & Loss. (In press)
  3. Jenkins Hall, W. & Tanner, A. E. (2016). US Black college women’s sexual health in hookup culture: Intersections of race and gender. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 18(11), 1265-1278.
  4. Ma, A., Chambers, B. D., Jenkins Hall, W., & Tanner, A. E. (2016). Individual and structural factors influencing HIV care linkage and engagement: Perceived barriers and solutions among HIV-positive persons. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services. 16(1), 34-42.
  5. Côté-Arsenault, D., Krowchuk, H., Jenkins Hall, W., & Denney-Koelsch, E. (2015). “We want what’s best for our baby”: Prenatal parenting of babies with lethal conditions. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 29(3), 157-176.

Presentations

  1. Jenkins Hall, W., Tanner, A. E, Sun, C.J., Stowers, J., Mann, L., & Rhodes, S. (2015, December). HIV prevention opportunities with GPS-based social and sexual networking applications for men who have sex with men. Presented at the National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  2.  Jenkins Hall, W., Tanner, A. E. (2015, November). Considering the absence of Black college women in hookup research: Implications for sexual health interventions. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL.
  3. Ma, A., Jenkins Hall, W., Chambers, B., Tanner, A. E. (2015, April). Individual and structural influences on care linkage and engagement among HIV-positive persons. Presented at the Annual UNCG Graduate Research & Creativity Expo, Greensboro, NC.
  4. Jenkins Hall, W., Morrison, S. & Young, A. (2015, February). “Striving for the dream: The Montagnard Women’s Learning Group”. Presented at the 36th Annual Minority Health Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.
  5. Jenkins Hall, W., Tanner, A. E. (2015, February). Considering the absence of Black women in hookup literature: Implications for public health. Presented at the Annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience, Greensboro, NC.
  6. Ma, A., Chambers, B. D., Jenkins, W., & Tanner, A. E. (2014, September). “There’s a lot of factors going into the people that we know who aren’t going into care”: Individual and structural factors influencing care linkage and engagement among HIV-positive persons in metropolitan North Carolina. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Society for Public Health Education, Winston-Salem, NC.
  7. Tanner, A. E., Ma, A., Jenkins, W., Allen, C., Young, A., & Piper, C. (2013, November). Individual and structural factors affecting care linkage and engagement for HIV+ individuals. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.
  8. Johnson, A. J., Jenkins, W., Kelly, K. (2013, March). Integrating Hip Hop in Public Health Education. Presented at the Annual Health Disparities Conference at the Teachers College at Columbia University, New York, NY.