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  • Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago Angiela also holds a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Illinois at Chicago s Great Cities Institute and is a Certified Social Work Manager Angiela joined The Immunization Partnership as Director of Operations in August 2014 A native of the Chicago area Angiela was formerly the Director of Programs for Family Shelter Service in Wheaton Illinois and the Chief Operating Officer for the Juvenile Protective Association in Chicago Illinois Upon her relocation to Houston she worked for the United Way of Greater Houston and later joined AIDS Foundation Houston first as Chief Operating Officer and subsequently was promoted to Chief Executive Officer Angiela returned to her hometown and her former agency to lead the Juvenile Protective Association as Executive Director prior to joining The Immunization Partnership Known for her grace and exuberance Angiela has dedicated the past 20 years to nonprofit administration Angiela is a mission driven leader and is known for implementing best practices fostering staff development and retention and supporting campaign initiatives Angelina Albert MPH DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST Angelina joined The Immunization Partnership in June of 2014 With a passion for preventative and pediatric health Angelina brings with her a desire to engage with community leaders foundations and organizations in order to increase TIP s development efforts Angelina became interested in public health while studying International Development as an undegraduate at American University With a focus in Latin America her travels made her aware of health disparities on both a global and domestic scale She moved to Houston in 2010 to attend The University of Texas School of Public Health and received her degree in Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences Before coming to The Immunization Partnership Angelina was a Patient Liaison with Houston Methodist Global Health Care Services providing full healthcare coordination for out of state patients Working with very sick patients further increased her desire to work towards prevention and expansion of health education efforts A provisional member of the Junior League of Houston and co chair of the American University Houston Alumni Chapter Angelina thoroughly enjoys spending time with friends and family volunteering at Texas Children s Hospital dining at all of Houston s fabulous restaurants exercising and traveling Angelina and her husband are happy to call Houston home aalbert immunizeusa org Robyn Correll Carlyle MPH Project Manager Robyn Correll Carlyle joined The Immunization Partnership in May of 2013 as the Community Outreach Coordinator and transitioned to Project Manager in June of 2014 Though her career path began as a journalist she transitioned to public health after joining the Peace Corps in 2008 as a community health volunteer in Northern Peru While there she worked with local organizations to develop implement and evaluate disease prevention programs and helped other volunteers to work with youth and media to promote health After she returned to the US in 2010 Robyn earned her master s degree in public health from Tulane University in New Orleans with a focus on health education and epidemiology She moved to Houston in 2012 and began working with the Houston Department of Health and Human Services as a senior public health educator for the Immunization Bureau There she developed a passion for educating the community about vaccine preventable disease Her professional interests include program monitoring and evaluation and evidence based programming rcarlyle immunizeUSA org Maureen M Moore Project Coordinator Maureen M Moore joined the Immunization Partnership in September 2008 as Project Coordinator Education training and coordinating with community partners are key responsibilities that she embraces Prior to joining TIP she was the Vaccines for Children program manager and Immunization Registry Coordinator for the Houston Department of Health and Human Services It was in this position that Maureen s passion for all things immunization developed Designing and presenting vaccine preventable disease related educational programs in a clinic setting was a central piece of her work there and continues to be her focus Maureen is not new to the non profit world As Administrator of the C G Jung Educational Center of Houston for 15 years she promoted and designed educational programs Besides her passion for her family and immunizations Maureen loves the Houston Astros Texans and the University of Texas Longhorns mmoore immunizeUSA org Executive Committee Past Chair Jacquelyn Cox RIO Advisors LP Chair Gwen Emmett Community Volunteer Board Secretary Catherine Mitchell Chief Operations Officer Amerigroup Incoming Chair Kevin Burns EVP CFO CBO The Methodist Hospital System Legal Chair Lynn Sessions JD Attorney BakerHostetler Directors Lindy McGee MD Pediatrician Pediatrics around the Bend Michelle Bohreer Rotarian Attorney Bohreer Zucker LLP Eric Haufrect MD OB GYN Med Center OB GYN LLP Vicky Illanne Regional Director of Pharmacy H E B Houston Region Leticia Loya Community Volunteer Melanie E Mouzoon MD Managing Physician for Immunization Practices and Travel Medicine Kelsey Seybold Clinics Stanley Spinner MD Chief Medical Officer Texas Children s Pediatrics Carter Stern Associate Johnson Trent West Taylor Susan Wootton MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases UT Health Science Center Memorial Hermann John Onstott President CEO Geo H Lewis and Sons Meghan Blanton Communications Events Manager The Methodist Hospital System Whitney Walsh Junior League of Houston Peter J Hotez MD PhD Dean National School of Tropical Medicine Baylor College of MedicineProfessor Pediatrics and Molecular Virology MicrobiologyHead Section of Pediatric Tropical MedicineTexas Children s Hospital Endowed Chair of Tropical PediatricsDirector Sabin Vaccine Institute Texas Children s Hospital Center for Vaccine DevelopmentPresident Sabin Vaccine InstituteBaker Institute Fellow in Disease and Poverty Rice UniversityCo Editor in Chief PLoS Neglected Tropical Baylor College of Medicine Holly Elliot Chief of Hospital Operations Children s Memorial Hermann Hospital Co Chairs Julie A Boom MD Texas Children s Hospital Houston Lindy McGee MD Pediatrics Around the Bend Houston Melanie Mouzoon MD Kelsey Seybold Clinic Houston Members Ari Brown MD 411 Pediatrics Austin Wendy Chung MD Dallas County Health and Human Services Dallas Michele Curtis MD University of Texas Medical School Houston Jennifer Dietrich MD Baylor College of Medicine Houston Desiree Evans MD Texas Children s

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  • on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn Correll Carlyle My first year of public health grad school I went into the student health center for my general checkup My blood pressure was well within range I was a healthy weight I exercised three times a Continue reading Feb 5 2015 Measles Control Made Easy Stronger Laws Equal Less

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  • s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn Correll Carlyle My first year of public health grad school

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  • A S E Model to Talk to Vaccine Hesitant Parents about Vaccines PRINT OUT Tips and Time savers for Talking with Parents about HPV Vaccine Research Specific Vaccines or Vaccine Recommendations Centers for Disease Control and Prevention List of Vaccines Used in the United States The Pink Book Partake in Educational Resources and Training for Clinical Staff Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2012 Epidemiology Prevention of Vaccine Preventable Diseases Course Immunization You Call the Shots Web Course The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Webinar Series Resources Regarding Immunization Laws and Policies Quick Reference Immunization Consent Guidelines for Minors Legislative Resources Anyone can participate in immunization advocacy In order to overcome immunization barriers we must stand together By unifying our voices we have the power to make wide scale immunization policy changes that benefit all Texans Below are legislative resources and information to help you make your voice heard View Resources Coalition Resources The Immunization Partnership is committed to strengthening the capacity of Texas coalitions by providing technical assistance to local coalitions with respect to immunization education best practices and advocacy Check out our resources Research Publications The Immunization Partnership serves as an expert source on immunization issues in Texas and beyond Our publications provide analysis offer recommendations and engage stakeholders on a wide range of topics to help promote communities free of vaccine preventable disease Find Out More Webinars TIP routinely hosts webinars geared toward coalitions and other members of the immunization community These webinars offer educational opportunities promote the adoption of evidence based strategies for improving immunization rates and engage participants on current issues in immunization Topics include coalition engagement addressing vaccine hesitant parents and health care reform View archived webinars Home Education Events Advocacy Best Practices About Us Contact Blog Twitter Facebook Mar 24 2015 Children who can t be vaccinated have rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood

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  • Anderson Cancer Center PLENARY 4 Important Immunization Issues for 2015 Presented by Nidhi M Nakra MPH The Immunization Partnership SPECIAL PLENARY Preventing Pandemics Ebola and Neglected Tropical Diseases Presented by Peter Hotez MD PhD FASTMH FAAP Baylor College of Medicine Texas Children s Hospital Sabin Vaccine Institute Closing Remarks Event Steering Committee Laura Blanke MPH Texas Pediatric Society the Texas Chapter of the AAP LaTasha Hinckson Callis Community Involvement Coordinator City of Houston Robyn Correll Carlyle MPH Community Outreach Coordinator The Immunization Partnership Rachel Cunningham MPH Immunization Registry and Educational Specialist Texas Children s Hospital Anna Dragsbaek JD President CEO The Immunization Partnership Anil T Mangla MS PhD MPH FRIPH Assistant Director of Health San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Marc Mazade MD Pediatrician Cook Children s Lindy McGee MD FAAP Pediatrician Pediatrics around the Bend Melanie Mouzoon MD FAAP Pediatrician Kelsey Seybold Clark Petty Metro Health Senior Management Analyst City of San Antonio Saroj Rai PhD Immunization Branch Manager Texas Department of State Health Services Mark Ritter CDC Senior Public Health Advisor Texas Department of State Health Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cherise Rohr Allegrini PhD MPH Organizational Consultant The Immunization Partnership Leila C Sahni MPH Immunization Action Plan Coordinator Texas Children s Hospital Kirk White MSN RN Director Center for Healthcare Professionals Coleman College for Health Sciences Houston Community College Event Sponsors A very special thank you to the following event sponsors Protectors H E B Spirit Golf St David s Foundation Inoculators BCFS Abell Hanger Foundation San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Eradicators St Luke s Foundation Preventers Children s Memorial Hermann Cook Children s Healthcare CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System Advocates Amerigroup Dr Angelo Giardino Dr Cheryl Hardin Harris County Health District MD Anderson Randalls Texas Academy of Family Physicians Texas Pediatric Society If you or your organization would like to make a contribution to this event please click here for sponsorship opportunities Questions Contact Robyn Correll Carlyle MPH Project Manager E mail Ph 281 400 3689 Archived Resources Summit Archives Webinars Archives Lunch Learn Archives Special Event Archives Home Education Events Advocacy Best Practices About Us Contact Blog Twitter Facebook Mar 24 2015 Children who can t be vaccinated have rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out

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  • on the link below to sign up for e mail notifications and alerts Sign up Take Action Take action in support of immunization Your involvement big or small will help keep our communities free from vaccine preventable disease We offer opportunities to act statewide in your own community and online Please join us Take Action Today Current Legislative Issues During each session The Immunization Partnership maintains a list of immunization related legislation under consideration by the Texas State Legislature Check out fact sheets for priority bills and review information from past legislative sessions by clicking below Read more Legislative Resources Anyone can participate in immunization advocacy In order to overcome immunization barriers we must stand together By unifying our voices we have the power to make wide scale immunization policy changes that benefit all Texans Below are legislative resources and information to help you make your voice heard View Resources Home Education Events Advocacy Best Practices About Us Contact Blog Twitter Facebook Mar 24 2015 Children who can t be vaccinated have rights too This post originally appeared in The Texas Tribune s Trib Talk on March 23 2015 By Heather Cummings In 2013 my daughter Kiera was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis Despite her illness Kiera who is 5 years old is a normal kid Continue reading Mar 18 2015 Doing your research on vaccines a how to guide for finding science based info online Recent outbreaks of measles mumps and whooping cough have been linked to inadequate immunization rates throughout the United States and abroad While vaccination rates as a whole remain high across the U S there are small pockets of individuals who choose to delay or Continue reading Mar 13 2015 5 Great resources you can use to FightFlu yes there s still time It might be spring break but we aren t out of the woods yet Several states in the U S are still reporting high levels of influenza like illnesses Please continue to encourage your family and friends to get vaccinated if they haven t Continue reading Mar 5 2015 Amid Headlines and Statistics Stories Still Matter In the wake of the Disneyland measles outbreak there s been a flood of news stories talking about the disease and subsequently vaccination Stats have been cited Policies have been debated And a flurry of angry op eds have cropped up arguing Continue reading Feb 19 2015 4 Striking statistics about vaccination 1 Influenza kills more people in the United States than all other vaccine preventable diseases combined In the U S we tend to underestimate flu Perhaps it s because it s so common an average of 5 to 20 percent of the population gets the flu every Continue reading Feb 12 2015 To the nurse who bullied me into getting the HPV vaccine Thank you By Robyn Correll Carlyle My first year of public health grad school I went into the student health center for my general checkup My blood pressure was well within range

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