22 Mar Jodi Brookins-Fisher, Ph.D.
Jodi Brookins-Fisher, PhD, MCHES, is a Professor in the School of Health Sciences at Central Michigan University. Her research interests include the evaluation of university-community partnerships, programs for underserved populations, and sexuality education curricula. Dr. Brookins-Fisher has been involved in several national and state organizations and has held several leadership positions. She has received the President’s Award for GLC-SOPHE and the Distinguished Service Award for both GLC-SOPHE and national Eta Sigma Gamma. Dr. Brookins-Fisher has also received CMU’s Excellence in Teaching Award in 2000 and 2009, Registered Student Organization Advisor Award and Outstanding Teacher Award in her department. In 2009, she also received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Department of Physiology and Health Science at Ball State University. A human rights advocate, Dr. Brookins-Fisher has been recognized for her contributions to underserved populations, especially GLBTQ populations. In her spare time, Jodi likes to spend time with her family and friends. She also enjoys running (especially with Dr. Thompson) and outdoors activities.