Camille Hart, M.P.H., was recently named TRI’s Community Engagement program manager and Nicola Spencer was named Community Engagement program coordinator. Hart received her Master of Public Health degree at Tulane University in May and has extensive experience with community engagement and has worked on several research projects.
Prior to graduate school she worked in the Office of Community-Based Public Health in the UAMS College of Public Health writing a newsletter and engaging students in community-based projects. She has several years of experience on a wide range of community initiatives. Hart is replacing Nakita Lovelady, M.P.H., who is pursuing her doctorate in Health Promotion and Prevention Research at the UAMS College of Public Health.
Spencer’s work will have a special emphasis on a Population Health project in central Arkansas, helping recruit community sites and coordinating work with students. She will also help with meeting coordination and logistics as well as managing the Community Engagement program’s equipment library.