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Erica

Eilenberg
65 Crestline Dr. #7 San Francisco, CA. 94131 | (907) 750-2205 | erica.eilenberg@hotmail.com

E D U C A T I O N
San Jos State University Expected Completion: May 2014 San Jose, CA.
Master in Public Health (MPH)
Emphasis in Community-Based Health

San Jos State University Expected Completion: May 2014 San Jose, CA.
Didactic Program in Dietetics

San Francisco State University Graduation Date: May 2007 San Francisco, CA.
Bachelor of Science, Health Education
Emphasis in Community-Based Health
R E L A T E D P R O J E C T S
-eCornell Childhood Obesity Course: worked with a team of Public Health Nurses and Public Health Professionals to use
an ecological approach to assess Childhood Obesity in the Fairbanks, AK. community.
-Nutrition Workshops*: collaborated with Fairbanks Regional Public Health Center, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Cooperative Extension, and Fairbanks Food Bank to implement nutrition education and cooking classes to program
parents at Thrivalaska Head Start. Secured $6,200 in funding. *Presented project at the 2010 Alaska Dietetics
Associations Conference.
-Health Fairs: developed and organized annual Health Fair for Thrivalaska Head Start, targeting 126 families, offering
health and nutrition education as well as health screenings. Collaborated with at least 30 public health professionals
and 15 related organizations in the Fairbanks area.
-Program P lan: c reated a p rogram p lan p roposal a ddressing p ediatric d ental d isease in low-income, p re-school a ge
children in F airbanks, A K. P rogram p lan b ased o n t heoretical f rameworks; includes m ethods, o bjectives,
budget, a nd e valuation p lan.
P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E
San Francisco Department of Public Health, Nutrition Services

5/2012- 8/2013

Public Service Aide, Graduate Intern (5/12-11/12)


San Francisco, CA.
- Assisted in community assessment (Communities of ExcellenceCX3) project to improve food accessibility, assessing
corner retail stores in specific low-income neighborhoods in San Francisco; data collection included interviewing
storeowners, observing environment safety, and reviewing food products carried in stores. Created summary reports of
findings.
- Attended train the trainer workshops on decreasing consumption of sugar sweetened beverages, and making
healthier fast food choices. Became certified as a ReThink Your Drink Sugar Savvy trainer.
- Developed materials and presentations for nutrition education classes, focusing on sugar-sweetened beverages, and
healthy alternatives.
- Conducted outreach at community events, farmers markets, and health fairs.
San Jos State University, Health Science Department

9/2011-8/2012

Graduate Assistant
San Jose, CA.
- Supported an undergraduate Health Science instructor by grading written papers and exams for the departments
Aging in Society course.
- Communicated with the instructor on a bi-weekly basis surrounding feedback of students work, including
recommendations for writing and academic support.

San Francisco Department of Public Health, Communicable Disease and


Prevention Unit

11/2010-8/2011

Public Service Aide


San Francisco, CA.
- Contributed to the adult immunization component by distributing adult immunization materials to the community.
- Reviewed and filled vaccine orders for community clinics.
- Supported the SF Hep B Free Campaign by collecting partner surveys and create summary reports among phases of the
campaign.
Thrivalaska Head Start: Birth to Five

2/2008-8/2010

Health, Safety, and Nutrition Manager


Fairbanks, AK.
- Managed the health service delivery system for the Head Start program (ages birth-five), including physical, dental, and
nutrition components.
- Supervised three full-time, nutrition component employees, while ensuring nutrition services met USDA standards by
overseeing both the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), and the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).
- Regularly conducted CACFP and SFSP self-monitoring reviews, assessing kitchen sanitation and food service
production.
- Maintained administrative and procurement records for CACFP and SFSP programs, submitted monthly meal counts to
USDA for reimbursement.
- Worked with program staff and parents to establish cycle menus for the program, serving five classrooms a daily snack
and meal. Menus and meal patterns abided by USDA meal pattern requirements for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
- Reviewed nutrition assessment intake forms for each child in the program; worked with a Registered Dietitian to
accommodate and plan special meals and nutrition needs for children as necessary
- Supported at-risk children and families by increasing access to health, dental, nutrition, and mental health services.
- Coordinated health services for Head Start children, families and staff. Offered general health education to families, as
well as coordinated trainings and workshops.
- Worked with teachers to incorporate nutrition, dental hygiene, and safety into classroom curriculum.
- Collaborated with community partner organizations to deliver effective programming for Head Start families.
- Contributed to multiple high-quality federal performance program reviews, with no findings of non-compliance.
Literacy Council of Alaska

7/2007-2/2008

Family Literacy Specialist


Fairbanks, AK.
- Worked with English as Second Language (ESL) parents with children under 12 years of age, providing classes on
health, safety, and wellness topics such as indoor environment safety, first aid, nutritious snacks, environmental health,
and car seat safety.
Y.M.C.A. of San Francisco

8/2003-7/2007

After School Coordinator (7/2006-7/2007)


San Francisco, CA.
- Assisted in hiring and training after school staff
- Directly supervised three Site Directors and three After School Teachers
- Served as Site Director for an after school program serving children ages 5-12, which included planning daily and
monthly activities related to motor, social, and cognitive development, nutrition, wellness, fitness, and academic
preparation.
- Maintained administrative records and up-to-date licensing requirements.
- Effectively communicated with program parents about their children and program-wide events.
Other positions held with the Y.M.C.A: Unit Director, After School Teacher, Program Leader (8/2003-7/2006)

C O M M I S S I O N S , B O A R D P O S I T I O N S H E L D
Nutrition and Food Science Student Club, member
Attend professional meetings and local Bay Area nutrition related events.
Master in Public Health Student Association, Sexual Diversity Committee, Chair
Worked with Health Science faculty advisors and committee members to organize the annual
Sexual Diversity Event, for an audience of 300 students, instructors, and community members.
Tasks included recruiting a keynote and diverse panel of speakers, planning and organizing
event logistics, creating supportive material for curriculum incorporation, and developing
promotional materials, as well as the events theme.

7/2013- p resent
9/2011-9/2013

Health Services Advisory Committee (HSAC), Chair


Facilitated and organized HSAC for the Thrivalaska Head Start program. The Health Services
Advisory Committee is comprised of health professionals within the Fairbanks, AK.
community. Committee discussed current community and program-wide health issues and
program health needs, in addition to overseeing the planning process of Thrivalaskas annual
Health Fair.

2/2008-8/2010

Health Education Student Association (HESA), member


Attended monthly HESA meetings, discuss volunteer opportunities and fundraising strategies.
Volunteer time to assist in events, such as The Great American Smoke Out (11/06).

8/2005-12/2005

H O N O R S A N D A W A R D S
2013 Lynn Adamson Memorial Scholarship, recipient
Received from Women Health Care Executives (WHCE). Eligible applicants included female students in the Bay Area
obtaining a graduate degree with a health concentration.
2013 Living Legacy Scholarship, recipient
Received from the Health Science Department, San Jos State University. Eligible applicants included all San Jos
State University MPH students.
2011 Travel Scholarship, Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), recipient
Received from the Health Science Department, San Jos State University. Monetary scholarship to support
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attendance at the 62 Annual SOPHE Conference in Washington, DC.


2009 Community Partner Collaboration Award, program recipient
R eceived f rom U SDA, a warded t o T hrivalaskas S ummer F ood S ervice P rogram f or e xcellence in c ommunity
p artnership a nd c ollaboration w ith c ommunity o rganizations
P R O F E S S I O N A L P R E S E N T A T I O N S
2013 C onsumer a nd F amily M ember C onference, Food, M ood, a nd M ove
Presented on behalf of the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the ReThink Your Drink campaign.
Included education about sugar and sugar-sweetened beverages, the link between sugar consumption and chronic
disease, and health promotion surrounding water consumption and alternative beverage options.
2010 Alaska Dietetics Associations Spring Conference
Presented on behalf of Thrivalaska Head Start, included presentation around the development and implementation of a
pilot series of hands-on nutrition workshops designed for Head Start program parents.