Marline D. Edmond, MA, MCHES
PhD Student with a Focus in Health Communication
Marline D. Edmond is a first-generation Haitian- American professional raised in New Jersey with 10 combined years of experience in public health, community engagement, and stakeholder management. She is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) and Howard University Culture, Communication, and Media PhD student with a focus in Health Communication. She is the Chairwoman of the Haitian Flag Day Planning Committee of New Jersey, Inc. (HFDPCNJ), an active member, and NJ Chapter Delegate of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). She’s passionate about how health information is communicated and disseminated to the Black diaspora in making equitable communities.