MISSION


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.

Kerry Whipple, PhD, MCHES and Elisa Beth McNeill, PhD, MCHES

Kerry Whipple, PhD, MCHES and Elisa Beth McNeill, PhD, MCHES

Kerry Whipple

 

Elisa Beth McNeill is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pedagogy in the Department of Health and Kinesiology at Texas A&M University. She serves as the coordinator of the Health Teacher Certification Program. Beth is a 30 year teaching veteran with teaching experience at the secondary level teaching science and working with pregnant and parenting adolescents and has earned her principal’s certificate. As a collegiate professor, Dr. McNeill’s academic focus is methodology in health education. Beth is know for her innovative instruction, she teaches courses in human sexuality, elementary and secondary school health, secondary teaching, teaching with technology, as well as, community and school methodology. She frequently presents at state, regional, national and international conferences and has multiple publications on health education topics.