Marquisette Glass Lewis


Dr. Marquisette Glass Lewis is an adjunct professor at Belhaven University in Atlanta Georgia. Marquisette completed her MPH/ Ph.D. at Walden University in Public Health/Epidemiology. She has a Masters of Science in Information Security and Assurance at Towson University, and a Bachelor of Science degree at Sojourner Douglass College in Information Technology and Biology at Coppin University. Dr. Glass Lewis has experience working at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Veterans Medical Center (VA), Johns Hopkins Hospital, and University of Maryland Hospital.

Dr. Glass Lewis accepted the Lord and Savior while living in Baltimore, Maryland at White Stone Baptist and rededicated her life to Christ again at From the Heart Church Ministries in Atlanta Georgia. She is an active member of many societies and attended many international meetings.

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Marquisette Glass Lewis mainly focuses on developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating public health programs at the Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Atlanta VA Medical Center and Centers, Reproductive and Community Health, Injury Prevention, Diabetes, Social Determinants of Health, Health Disparities, Disaster Preparedness, Community Health Disparities, Mixed Methods, Quantitative and Qualitative analysis, Evaluation Research.

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