Dr. Nicole Hare-Everline is a Contributing Faculty in the Health Education program. She is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) with a Doctorate of Health Science Degree.
Outside of creating health improvement strategies, she enjoys early morning workouts, participating in philanthropic initiatives, and traveling abroad.
Hare N.B., Correa, N.P., Murray, N.G., Mei, C.A., Baun, W.B., Gor, B.J., et al. CAN DO Houston: A community-based approach to preventing childhood obesity. Prev Chronic Dis 2010;7(4):A88.
Hare-Everline, N. Taylor, W.C., Shegog R., Chen, V., Rempel, D.M., Baun, M.P.,Bush, C.L., and Green, T. The Booster Break program: description and feasibility test of a worksite physical activity daily practice. Work 2010; 37(4):433-43.
Hare-Everline, N., Ebunlomo, E. Balanced Living Program: 12-week Lifestyle Modification Program with HAS Employees. Texas Public Health Journal. Winter 2015; 67(1):11-13.
HLTH 6205 - Assessing Community Needs
Cities Changing Diabetes, Board Member -
Awards / Honors
Top 50 Black Professionals of Texas, D-Mars, 2020
Hare-Everline, N. A Systematic Evaluation of Six Different Physical Activity Routines: A strategic science approach. . Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine
Hare-Everline, N. (2020). Wellness Communication Strategies. The Conference Board