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Ms. Jamean A. Alexander Ms. Jamean A. Alexander Assistant Professor Location:Holland Hall161 Phone:757-727-5642 Expertise:Health Education, Physical Fitness, Medical Terminology, Careers in Health, Physical Education, Sport Mgmt, Kinesiology, Recretion

Ms. Jamean A. Alexander, a native of Norfolk, Virginia, is a graduate of Hampton University and the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Architecture and Planning with an emphasis in Health Planning and Administration. She completed her Health Planning and Administration Residency at Presbyterian Healthcare Systems in Dallas, Texas.  Her previous positions have been as a Provider Recruiter and Member Advocate for Amerigroup Corporation, Virginia Beach, Virginia and Account Manager for United Way of South Hampton Roads, Norfolk, Virginia. She has taught as an Instructor at Tidewater Community College-Portsmouth, Virginia Campus and as an Adjunct Instructor at Hampton University.  Currently, Ms. Alexander is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and Co-Coordinator of Health and Physical Education Student Teachers. Ms. Alexander has served as the School Representative for the United Way Campaign for the School of Liberal Arts and Education, elected to serve as the Secretary of the Faculty and The Committee on Committees for the Bookstore. Her professional affiliations are the Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance and the Society of Health and Physical Educators.  Ms. Alexander is the former director of the Kiddie Kollege Kiddie Kamp Program. She has presented several formal presentations at the Annual Conference of Virginia Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance and has participated in several university school panels to discuss health education issues. Ms. Alexander has been interviewed for The View at HU and The Hampton Script Newspaper to discuss health issues of college students. Her research interests include informing high school students about future careers in Health, Physical Education, Sport Management and Kinesiology, health education issues and risk behaviors associated with college students, academic performance of athletes, health literacy, and pedagogy skills.  Ms. Alexander is currently a Ph.D. student in the Health Education and Promotion Program at Walden University.