Dr. Raphael Coleman joined Columbia Health in 2017. Prior to joining Columbia Health, Dr. Coleman led the community well-being team within the Office of Health Promotion at Emory University. Additionally, his professional background in higher education includes experience with residence life, student conduct, and sorority and fraternity life.
As a college health professional, Dr. Coleman works to advocate for healthy behaviors, mitigate barriers to access, and build capacity for resilience in individuals and communities. To this end, his professional and academic work involves disrupting systems that negatively impact historically minoritized student populations in an effort to co-create environments that affirm students in all of their identities, facilitate their well-being, and enable their success. When not at work he enjoys brunching, visiting family and friends, karaoke, cooking, and taking advantage of the many happenings in New York City.
Padma Entsuah is the Senior Health Promotion Specialist in Alice! Health Promotion. She joined the team in June 2015. Prior to her position at Alice!, she oversaw the sexual violence prevention efforts at Bucknell University, including the coordination of a peer education group. At Alice!, Padma oversees a number of the peer-led initiatives such as the CU Well Peer Leaders and Columbia Health Peer Ambassador Network. She also helped create the “Well-Being and the First Year Experience” Physical Education course.
Originally from Maryland, Padma has lived throughout the East Coast. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends, staying active, traveling, and exploring all the great food New York City has to offer.
Kelly joined the Alice! Health Promotion team as a Health Promotion Specialist in 2020. Prior to joining the Alice! team, Kelly coordinated all health promotion and victim advocacy services at Bates College. She directed the Green Dot Bystander Intervention program and served as the confidential victim advocate for all students and staff seeking assistance related to sexual misconduct and Title IX. Her health promotion work focused on mental health promotion and starting and supervising a student peer health education group. At Alice!, Kelly oversees initiatives related to resilience, nutrition, sleep, and stress management.
A native of New York, Kelly is excited to return home with the opportunity to contribute to individual and systems level well-being initiatives that continue to expand the ways we conceptualize and operationalize health and well-being. In her free time she is an avid golfer and dog-lover, and is continually looking to explore and take advantage of all that the area has to offer.
- B.S., Psychology, William & Mary
- MSc, Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (University of London)
Certifications and Licensure:
- Sexual Assault Forensic Exam (SAFE) Advocate
- Coordinator of Health Promotion and Sexual Assault Victim Advocate, Bates College
- National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
Katie Wilkinson joined Alice! Health Promotion as a health promotion specialist in February 2014. Her work in public health has focused primarily on the college population. Prior to joining Alice!, she was a sexual health education coordinator at Purdue University and coordinator of educational services at Penn State University. she currently oversees some of the administrative operations for the Go Ask Alice! website along with other priority projects.
Katie is originally from southern Indiana. While she is a Midwesterner at heart, she takes advantage of all the fantastic things New York City has to offer. In her free time, she enjoys crafting, cooking, baking, reading, finding her next favorite restaurant and all things comedy-related. She is also a human companion to a cat named Harry and another human named Matt.
Jaclyn joined the Alice! Health Promotion team as a Health Promotion Specialist in 2018. Jaclyn’s professional background spans over several functional areas in higher education and student affairs. Some of those experiences focus on social justice education, mental health, residence life, and leadership development. In addition, Jaclyn has served as an instructor for both undergraduate and graduate populations. At Alice!, Jaclyn oversees initiatives for mental health and well-being, alcohol and other drugs (AOD), and wellness coaching.
Jaclyn grew up in the Golden State, California, and is excited to support student health and well-being through a trauma-informed and intersectional lens. When not at work, Jaclyn enjoys spending time with her fur-child, Captain, and being out and about exploring all that the community has to offer!
Gina joined the Alice! Health Promotion team as a health promotion specialist in 2017. Prior to joining Alice!, Gina worked with the digital health clinic Maven, designing and implementing outreach strategies for Maven Maternity. Additionally, her experiences as a teaching assistant and program facilitator allowed her to work with students ranging in age from fourth grade to the graduate level. At Alice!, Gina oversees the day-to-day operations of the Go Ask Alice! website, Alice!’s social media presence and other priority projects.
Gina is originally from northwest New Jersey. In her spare time, Gina can often be found reading, seeing musicals, spending time with friends, playing board games or wandering around bookstores.
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