Nicole Hare-Everline

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Health Education and Promotion

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.

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

„ 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.

Courses Taught

HLTH 6205 - Assessing Community Needs


PhD, Nova Southeastern University

MS, University of Central Arkansas

BS, University of Central Arkansas

Public Service

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