Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center

Project Lead:
Dallice Joyner, H.Ed, M.Ed
Executive Director, Northern Virginia AHEC
Phone: (703) 549-7060

Dallice Joyner is the Executive Director of the Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center (NV AHEC).  She brings to the NV AHEC, more than 20 years of public health, community partnership development and administrative experience.  Mrs. Joyner received her undergraduate degree in School and Community Health from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.  She received her master’s degree in Education with a Community Health Concentration from the University of North Carolina – Greensboro.  Prior to her current professional role, Mrs. Joyner was a health education consultant for the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

Project Summary

Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center (NV AHEC) in partnership with the Community Lodgings Youth Education Program is awarded $74,912.50 to create a pilot program, Project Health-4-All, that will provide health career education, information and exposure to immigrant youth who express an interest in pursuing a health career and/or profession. The focus of this collaboration will be to increase the health care workforce pipeline activities and opportunities for immigrant youth in the NV AHEC region to get early health career exposure and provide educational and academic support.

Northern Virginia AHEC
2 Herbert Street
Alexandria, VA 22305
Phone: (703) 549-7060

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