Dominic Clichee

Program Management Assistant II, Center for Rural Health - AzMAT Mentors Program Instructional Designer I, College of Public Health Instructor, MPH Program

Dominic Clichee

Program Management Assistant II, Center for Rural Health - AzMAT Mentors Program Instructional Designer I, College of Public Health Instructor, MPH Program

Dominic Clichee is a Doctor of Public Health Candidate at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.  In addition to his studies, Dominic is the Program Management Assistant II in the Arizona Medication-Assisted Treatment Mentors Program (AzMAT) at the Arizona Center for Rural Health and senior coordinator at the Center for Indigenous Environment Health Research.  He also teaches in the Online Master of Public Health Program as the HPS642 Public Health Communications Instructor.   

Dominic’s skills include marketing, public health communications, health promotion, epidemiology, evaluation, infectious disease prevention, database management, and statistical analysis.  Dominic has coordinated and authored six community health needs assessments for various organizations.  He also assisted in the development and publication of the Guidelines for Community Advisory Boards to Engage in Research.   

During his free time, Dominic enjoys traveling and playing in basketball tournaments. 

Degrees

  • DrPH(c), MPH
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