College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)
Brieah Hudson, Dr.PH, MPH, CHES, CLC received her DrPH in Behavior Health Promotion at the Jackson State University in August 2016. At Walden University, she is a Contributing Faculty – Doctoral Committee, with the MPH/DrPH Public Health program in the College of Health Professions and has served in this role since May 2021. Dr. Hudson began as a part-time faculty member at Walden in the School of Public Health in May 2021. She has taught Epidemiology for Public Health Practice, Improving Cultural Competency in the Public Health Place, Making Health Communication Programs work, Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice, Health in the later years and Measurements and Evaluations for Health Education. Professionally, Dr. Hudson serves as the Branch Director for the Office of Oral Health at the Mississippi State Department of Health. She is currently the school based SEALS coordinator for the Oral Health program where she helps to fuse partnerships with community health centers, schools, and dental clinics to place sealants on school aged children, in hopes to prevent dental caries. She has several presentations on community-based and health-related research projects.