Peer Health Educators

Meet your peer health educator, Gillienne Boyd.

Gillienne Boyd

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Year: Sophomore
Major: Nursing

Leadership, interpersonal, and public speaking skills are just a taste of what you’ll develop as a Peer Educator. Use them to succeed in the classroom today and the workplace tomorrow.

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Apply yourself

Don’t feel like you have to study the health sciences or be a future M.D. to be a Peer Health Educator. Getting involved in the movement for campus wellness is as simple as applying and completing your training. PHEs are hired at the end of fall and spring semesters, and the positions will be posted on Handshake. If you’re not convinced yet, send your questions to

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