Annabel Brooks, EdD - Director, Institute for Values, Community and Leadership
Annabel Brooks received her B.A. in Special Education from the University of West Florida and her M.S. in Educational Leadership from Troy State University. After working for several years as a community organizer in special education and law enforcement, Dr. Brooks came to the University of North Florida to pursue a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership.
Diane Denslow, M.B.A., M.A. - Instructor, Entrepreneurship
Diane Denslow has an M.B.A. and a M.A. in Counseling from the University of North Florida. Before that, she earned a B.A. in psychology from Bethel College in Minnesota.
Mary Lundy PT, DPT, C/N, DT - Visiting Assistant Professor, Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences
Mary Lundy practiced as a board certified pediatric clinical specialist for 25 years. She has been involved in clinical research and practiced in a varied of community healthcare settings. She has taught in graduate level physical therapy programs for 10 years and the last 5-years have been here at UNF. She enjoys creating community-based learning experiences because they foster student growth, fulfill a need in the community and offer students real-world learning experiences.
Julie Merten PhD, MCHES - Assistant Professor and Internship Director, Public Health
Julie Merten’s affinity for the University of North Florida began more than 15 years ago when she stepped on campus as an undergraduate student. Her curiosity for human behavior and her interest in people helped her to earn a B.A. in psychology and public relations and a M.S. in health education/health promotion. She completed her PhD in Public Health at the University of Florida and has been a faculty member in the Department of Public Health since 2005.
Barbara Olinzock, EdD, MSN, BSN - Associate Professor, Nursing
Barbara Olinzock graduated with a B.S.N. and an M.S.N. in Nursing from Wayne State University before coming to the University of North Florida to pursue her Doctorate in Educational Leadership and serve as an associate professor for the School of Nursing.
Martina Perry, MS
Martina Perry’s Community Scholars Project centered around risk management issues that
arise during community-based Transformational Learning Opportunities (TLOs), a program of the Office of Undergraduate Studies.
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