Melissa Robinson, MHA, MPH
Department of Global and Community Health
Melissa Robinson is an adjunct faculty member in the Departmemt of Global and Community Health. Her research interests include: chronic diseases and disabilities, creative writing, strategic planning, social marketing, health informatics and communication. She received her Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation from George Mason University, her Master of Public Health (MPH) from The George Washington University, and her Master of Health Administration (MHA) from George Mason University. Previously, she has worked for Inova and the Department of Defense at Fort Meade and Fort Detrick as a health educator, health and wellness consultant, and activities director. She has written and illustrated a children’s activity book for the Loudoun County Health Department. Currently, she works as a government contractor under the Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Defense. Additionally, she is writing and illustrating two children’s books to educate others about diseases and disabilities. Her hobbies are spending time with her three boys, refinishing antiques, running, biking, attending concerts, creative writing, producing health educational videos, and traveling.
- MHA, Health Administration, George Mason University
- MPH, Public Health, The George Washington University
- BS, Therapeutic Recreation, George Mason University