EllieMorrisEllie Morris, MPH
Ellie joined the CHWR team in 2012 as the Project Manager for Go NAP SACC before transitioning to her current position managing outreach and education for that project while serving as the Interventionist for CARE: Caring and Reaching for Health. Ellie earned her Master of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ellie’s professional focus includes working with individuals and organizations to make sure that the settings where we work, learn, and play coalesce to support our health. Ellie also teaches yoga, specializing in both children’s and prenatal yoga.
RachelBartlett2Rachel M. Bartlett, MS, RD
Rachel joined the CHWR team in 2013 serving as Project Manager and Interventionist across a myriad of research projects. Rachel earned her Master of Science in Nutrition Education from Teacher’s College Columbia University and is a Registered Dietitian. She worked with the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), nutrition policy, research, and wellness in child care settings, and is dedicated to promoting healthy eating starting in infancy. Rachel’s work also leverages her experience as a trainer with child care stakeholders.
ChristinaMcWilliamsChristina McWilliams, MPH
Christina joined the Children’s Healthy Weight Research Group in 2005. She earned her Master of Public Health degree from the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina. Christina has a special interest in physical activity promotion for children and a long history with NAP SACC. She worked on the NAP SACC evaluation studies and led several NAP SACC trainings for interested groups across the country. Her current role is an Educational Consultant on Go NAP SACC. Christina also has her primary group fitness certification from Interactive Fitness Trainers of America and teaches a variety of group fitness classes including cycle, cardio & strength, and athletic conditioning.