PhD Student/Managing Chief Equipping Officer-Health
Texas A&M University/Windsor Village Church Family
Jameisha “Meisha” Brown, M.S., CHES is pursuing a PhD in Health Education and a Certificate in Non-Profit Management at Texas A & M University and is a Health Disparities Fellow at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Additionally, she serves as the Managing Chief Equipping Officer of Health & Wellness at Windsor Village Church Family in Houston, whose mission is to equip the 18,000+ church and community members with the knowledge and resources necessary to achieve a mentally, spiritually, and physically healthy lifestyle through the provision of faith-based health and research programs.
Meisha’s professional research interests include systems modeling for cervical cancer control and HIV among African-American women. Moreover, she is a nationally-recognized inspirational speaker known for conveying the importance of “hope” and deconstructing the concept of “greatness” in her messages. Having grown up in disparate living conditions and triumphing over cancer, these challenges aided her growth and character development. Coming from these humble beginnings, Brown strategically uses the lessons acquired through adversity to fuel her passion and education pursuits. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Health, and a Master of Science in Health Studies with emphasis in Higher Education from the University of Houston and Texas Woman’s University, respectively.