Sherry Grable Director, Health Promotion and Wellness
Director, Health Promotion and Wellness
Sherry Grable joined Health Promotion and Wellness in January of 1997 from the Butler County Health Department in southeast Missouri where she served as a multi-county health educator. Sherry has been in the health promotion field for over 20 years. She holds BS degree from Southeast Missouri State University in health management with an emphasis in health promotion and minors in exercise science and marketing. She completed her M.Ed. in Health Promotion and Behavior with concentration in community health from the University of Georgia in 2001.
Dalida Brown Program Manager, Health Promotion and Wellness & Part-Time Instructor of Public Health
Program Manager, Health Promotion and Wellness & Part-Time Instructor of Public Health
Dalida Brown joined Health Promotion and Wellness in September 2016. She received her BS in Biology Education from Kennesaw State University in May 2011 and her Master of Public Health from Armstrong State University in December of 2014. She completed her practicum with the American Diabetes Association and worked on several of their community events. Prior to coming to KSU, she has had the opportunity to give countless presentations on various health and safety topics throughout the community. Dalida is passionate about Health Promotion and is excited to be back at Kennesaw State University to help the students of KSU live healthy lives.
Barbara Leydecker Dietitian
Barbara Leydecker joined Health Promotion and Wellness in January 2021. She received her BS in Nutrition and Dietetics in May 2017 and her MS-Coordinated Program in Nutrition and Dietetics in December 2018, both from Georgia State University. She is a registered dietitian nutritionist licensed in the state of Georgia. Barbara is excited to provide nutrition counseling and education to the students of KSU.
Danielle Southern Dietitian
Danielle Southern attended Kennesaw State University for two years before obtaining her BS in Dietetics from the University of Georgia in 2016. She then completed her Dietetic Internship and MS in Nutrition Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2017. Danielle's background includes clinical nutrition, individual nutrition counseling, and eating disorder advocacy. She is excited to be back at KSU and seeks to help students break free from food rules and restrictions.