College of Health Sciences
Twanda D. Wadlington received her DrPH in Behavioral and Community Health at East Tennessee State University in December 2017. She also holds an MPH in Community Health (East Tennessee State University), a Certificate in Epidemiology (East Tennessee State University), and a BA in Biology (Fisk University). In addition to serving as Contributing DrPH (Public Health) Faculty at Walden University, Dr. Wadlington currently serves as MPH PT Faculty at Columbia Southern University and Grants Manager at My Health My Resources (MHMR) of Tarrant County. Dr. Wadlington began as a graduate research and teaching assistant at East Tennessee State University in 2010, where she taught Gerontology and Health, Introduction to Community Health, and Introduction to Public Health. In 2013, Dr. Wadlington joined LeMoyne-Owen College as an adjunct (PT) faculty member, in which she taught introductory public health courses (Community Health, Public Health, Epidemiology, Environmental Health), Social Statistics, Research Methods, and Senior Capstone. Professionally, Dr. Wadlington has worked as a health and wellness campus director at a liberal arts college, a researcher in government and university-based research settings, a federally-funded food security regional campaign manager, and a regional cancer coalition coordinator.