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  • Holly Levin portrait

    Holly Levin, MPH, MCHES

    Director

    Holly earned a masters degree in public health from The Ohio State University in 2013 . She previously earned a Bachelor of Arts in Health Promotion from Morehead State University in 2011.  Holly is a Cooper Institute trained Health Coach, as well as a Master Certified Health Education Specialist. Holly joined University Health Services in 2013. She enjoys creating opportunities on campus for people to engage in their own health and well being. In her free time, Holly loves to walk her dog, hike new trails, bake, and spend time with her family and friends.

    Holly earned a masters degree in public health from The Ohio State University in 2013 . She previously earned a Bachelor of Arts in Health Promotion from Morehead State University in 2011.  Holly is a Cooper Institute trained Health Coach, as well as a Master Certified Health Education Specialist. Holly joined University Health Services in 2013. She enjoys creating opportunities on campus for people to engage in their own health and well being. In her free time, Holly loves to walk her dog, hike new trails, bake, and spend time with her family and friends.

  • Emily Gravel-Fletcher, MHS, CHES

    Health Education Specialist

    Emily graduated with her Masters of Health Science (MHS) and Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership from Boise State University. She holds her  B.S. in Health Education and Promotion from Idaho State University and is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). 

    As a Health Education Specialist at the Office of BroncoFit, Emily coordinates student wellness outreach and prevention and oversees the Peer Health Education team. Her greatest areas of interest include alcohol and other drugs, sexual health, and health through the lens of the dimensions of wellness.

    Emily graduated with her Masters of Health Science (MHS) and Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership from Boise State University. She holds her  B.S. in Health Education and Promotion from Idaho State University and is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). 

    As a Health Education Specialist at the Office of BroncoFit, Emily coordinates student wellness outreach and prevention and oversees the Peer Health Education team. Her greatest areas of interest include alcohol and other drugs, sexual health, and health through the lens of the dimensions of wellness.

  • Delainey Jones headshot

    Delainey Jones, RDN, LD

    Health Educator

    Delainey is a Registered Dietitian who attended Idaho State University’s dietetic internship, focusing on community nutrition. She earned her B.S. in Nutrition from California Polytechnic State University.

    As a Health Educator with the BroncoFit team, Delainey focuses on programming related to nutrition education, food insecurity, the campus garden, and student basic needs. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dogs, gardening, and baking sourdough!

    Delainey is a Registered Dietitian who attended Idaho State University’s dietetic internship, focusing on community nutrition. She earned her B.S. in Nutrition from California Polytechnic State University.

    As a Health Educator with the BroncoFit team, Delainey focuses on programming related to nutrition education, food insecurity, the campus garden, and student basic needs. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dogs, gardening, and baking sourdough!

  • Hannah Day

    Graduate Assistant

    Hannah graduated with her undergraduate degree from Boise State University in Health Sciences and Pre-PA with an emphasis in General Health and a minor in Psychology. She is currently in the Boise State Masters of Health Science program studying Health Promotion and Leadership and plans to receive this degree in the Spring of 2021. 

    Hannah originally joined BroncoFit in the Fall of 2016 as a Peer Health Educator, and also formerly worked for St. Luke’s, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and Genesis Community Health. 

    Hannah’s interests lie within community health and outreach. She enjoys cultivating environments for students and community members to be active members in taking charge and learning about their personal health. In her free time, Hannah enjoys being outside, coaching and playing volleyball and hanging out with friends, family, and her dogs. Look for Hannah on campus alongside the Peer Health Educators for any health and wellness tips! 

    Hannah graduated with her undergraduate degree from Boise State University in Health Sciences and Pre-PA with an emphasis in General Health and a minor in Psychology. She is currently in the Boise State Masters of Health Science program studying Health Promotion and Leadership and plans to receive this degree in the Spring of 2021. 

    Hannah originally joined BroncoFit in the Fall of 2016 as a Peer Health Educator, and also formerly worked for St. Luke’s, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and Genesis Community Health. 

    Hannah’s interests lie within community health and outreach. She enjoys cultivating environments for students and community members to be active members in taking charge and learning about their personal health. In her free time, Hannah enjoys being outside, coaching and playing volleyball and hanging out with friends, family, and her dogs. Look for Hannah on campus alongside the Peer Health Educators for any health and wellness tips! 

  • AJ Gravel

    Teaching Assistant

    Albert J. (AJ) Gravel received his Bachelor of Science Exercise Science and Health, from the University of Idaho. He is currently in the Bosie State Masters of Health Science program studying Health Promotion and plans to receive this degree in the Spring of 2021. 

    Outside of his work for BroncoFit, AJ is the head Varsity coach for Centennial High School’s Lacrosse team. He previously worked as a substitute teacher for the Walla Walla, WA School District, and as a  Library Technician at the Walla Walla Public Library, where he was the Library’s youth outreach coordinator. 

    AJ is an avid outdoorsman and loves spending time outside with his dog and family. Find him in the classroom teaching Universal Foundations, or alongside the Peer Health Education team! 

    Albert J. (AJ) Gravel received his Bachelor of Science Exercise Science and Health, from the University of Idaho. He is currently in the Bosie State Masters of Health Science program studying Health Promotion and plans to receive this degree in the Spring of 2021. 

    Outside of his work for BroncoFit, AJ is the head Varsity coach for Centennial High School’s Lacrosse team. He previously worked as a substitute teacher for the Walla Walla, WA School District, and as a  Library Technician at the Walla Walla Public Library, where he was the Library’s youth outreach coordinator. 

    AJ is an avid outdoorsman and loves spending time outside with his dog and family. Find him in the classroom teaching Universal Foundations, or alongside the Peer Health Education team! 

  • Tara Woodward

    Graduate Assistant

    Tara received her Bachelor of Science in Parks, Recreation & Tourism with an emphasis in Commercial Recreation from the University of Utah.  She is currently in the Boise State Masters of Health Science program studying Health Prevention and Intervention Programming. 

     Previously, Tara worked toward planning and implementing new summer camp activities at Woodward Tahoe and helped to create an educational skiing program at Brighton Ski Resort. 

    Tara is excited to continue learning about all things Public Health and is especially interested in understanding what builds happy and healthy people and communities. She is also interested in exploring the intersection between community health and recreation and passionate about doing fun things outside, making and eating delicious food, and spending time with family and friends.

     

    Tara received her Bachelor of Science in Parks, Recreation & Tourism with an emphasis in Commercial Recreation from the University of Utah.  She is currently in the Boise State Masters of Health Science program studying Health Prevention and Intervention Programming. 

     Previously, Tara worked toward planning and implementing new summer camp activities at Woodward Tahoe and helped to create an educational skiing program at Brighton Ski Resort. 

    Tara is excited to continue learning about all things Public Health and is especially interested in understanding what builds happy and healthy people and communities. She is also interested in exploring the intersection between community health and recreation and passionate about doing fun things outside, making and eating delicious food, and spending time with family and friends.