Jan Marquard, MPH; has taught in the Health Education program at California State University, Northridge since 1980 and has recently joined the faculty teaching University 100. Jan is part of the Freshman Connection Program and her classes are part of the Social Justice and Health and Wellness Paths. In addition to teaching at CSUN, she has worked with Northeast Valley Health Corporation (NEVHC) in their School-Health Services Division as the administrator for several school health centers. Prior to joining NEVHC, she worked as the Director of Health Promotion for the CSUN Student Health Center. She is on the Board of Directors of the California School-Based Health Alliance and has previously served as an oﬃcer for this organization as well as the California Family Health Council and the national School-Based Health Alliance. She also worked for several years with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and Planned Parenthood. Jan Marquard received her Bachelor of Science degree from CSUN as well as her Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis in Community Health Education. She has been a strong advocate for school-based health care since 1989 and has particular interest in women’s health issues and working with adolescents and underclassmen.
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