Our Peer Health Educator Leads are a unique group of students with varying college career paths, different backgrounds, and an interest in the health of EWU students. Each PHE Lead has a topic area that they have identified as their passion and have received additional training on.
Born in Kirkland, WA, Carrie is working towards a degree in Public Health with a minor in Spanish. Carrie loves to laugh, enjoys watching movies or stand-up comedy with her family and friends. She enjoys being a PHE because she loves engaging with fellow EWU Eagles and sharing what she has learned about health and wellness.
Born in Arlington, WA, Alix is working toward a Bachelors degrees in Health and Fitness with Secondary Education. She loves cows, coffee, swimming and basketball (playing and coaching). Alix enjoys being a PHE because she gets to educate students on campus about a lot of interesting things.
Michelle was born in San Diego, CA and raised in Phoenix, AZ, she is working toward a Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional Planning with a minor in Spanish. She is a member of the Association of Student Planners and formally a member of Eastern's Track and Field and Cross Country team. Michelle enjoys working as a PHE because it is a unique and impactful opportunity to reach out to her peers and educate her community.
Hailey was born in Kennewick, WA. She is currently taking pre-nursing credits at EWU and planning to finish her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at WSU's Spokane campus. She is a coffee enthusiast, enjoys playing rugby and coaching girl's high school wrestling in the Tri-Cities. Hailey enjoys being a PHE because she has always been passionate about health and wellness and loves being able to share that with her peers. Being a PHE also helps her with professional skills such as public speaking and preparation for the professional workplace.
Born in Walla Walla, WA, Elizabeth is working toward a Bachelors in Secondary Education, with an endorsement in English as a second language. She is very organized, lives with her puppy named Marcy, and is the PHE Club Secretary for next academic year. Elizabeth enjoys being a PHE because educating people is her passion, and she believes sharing knowledge with EWU students about health, alcohol, sexual health, marijuana, and other drugs is something that will help college students throughout not only their college life, but after college as well.
Born in Oympia, WA and raised in Centrailia, WA, Sonya is currently undeclared, but is considering pursuing Public Relations and Visual Communications with a minor in French. Sonya loves her four dogs, learning, tea, and everything art. Being a PHE lets her continue her love of learning and be able to bring that knowledge to the Eastern community.