The mission of the honorary is promotion of the discipline by elevating the standards, ideals, competence and ethics of professionally prepared men and women in Health Education.

Board of Directors

Eta Sigma Gamma is governed by an elected Board of Directors who oversees its’ responsibilities and duties. The elected officers consist of a President, Vice-President, Immediate Past-President, two Professional At-Large members and one Student At-Large Member. The other voting members are appointed by the President, with approval of the Board of Directors. These are the Secretary-Treasurer, Historian, Director of Chapter Development, Editor of The Health Educator, and Editor of The Eta Sigma Gamma Monograph Series. The purpose of the Board of Directors is to carry out the business as described in the By-Laws and Constitution and a regularly updated strategic plan.

Photo of Holly T. Moses , PhD, MSHE, CHES

Holly T. Moses , PhD, MSHE, CHES

Vice President, 2015-2017
Work University of Florida Health Education & Behavior PO Box 118210 Gainesville FL 32611 Work Phone: 325-294-1804 Work Fax: 352-392-1909


Holly Turner Moses is the Undergraduate Program Academic Advisor and Internship Coordinator for the Department of Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida (UF).  She provides academic advisement and career counseling to the Health Education and Behavior majors; manages the Department internship program; serves as the instructor for the Health Education Professional Development and Teaching Health in Elementary School courses; and, serves as the faculty sponsor for the Alpha Lambda chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma.  Holly has served as the faculty sponsor for the large and active Alpha Lambda chapter for 8 years.  The chapter was awarded the Chapter Excellence Award in 2011, and Holly was awarded the Outstanding Faculty Sponsor of the Year Award in 2012.  Holly recently completed a two-year term in the ASHA Future Leaders Academy, and was recently voted to the ESG National Board as the new Professional Board Member-At-Large, a position that focuses on celebrating nationwide chapter accomplishments and advocacy.  Holly is also a doctoral candidate in the UF College of Education, where she is pursuing a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction.  She is currently preparing to defend her dissertation: Relationship between the Processes of Moral Disengagement and Youth Perceptions of Cyberbullying Behaviors during Their Final Semester of High School.  A native Floridian, Holly currently lives in Gainesville, Florida with her husband, Brian, and son, Turner.