Padma Ravichandran Entsuah

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 ROAR @ Columbia Facilitators 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.


  • M.P.H., Emory University
  • B.S., University of Maryland—College Park 

Certifications and Licensure:

  • Certified Health Education Specialist

Professional Experience:

  • Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator, Bucknell University
  • Interim Health Educator, Georgia Institute of Technology


  • American College Health Association

Published Articles:

  • Entsuah, P., Gorman, K., Hawkins, J. ., & Coleman, R. (2021). ROARing 20’s: Cultivating Responsible, Optimal, Authentic, and Resilient Students. Journal of College Orientation, Transition, and Retention, 28(2). 
  • Coleman, R. D., Wilkinson, K., Entsuah, P.R., Hawkins, J.M., Orlando, G. (2021). Supporting the health and well-being of a diverse student population. In J.A. Vaughn & A.J. Viera (Eds.), Principles and practice of college health. (pp. 133-147). Springer.