Nancy A Cv 2011


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  1. 1. Nancy A. Haller Curriculum Vitae Nancy A. Haller, MPH, CHES 139 N BK 1800 RD Stigler, OK 74462 (918) 799-5826 N_Haller@yahoo.comAREAS OF INTEREST: - Consulting - Program Design - Program Presentations - Health Promotion - Program Planning and EvaluationEDUCATION: OU College of Public Health Master of Public Health (MPH) Oklahoma City, OK Health Promotion 12/1991 University of Central Oklahoma Bachelor of Science Edmond, OK Community Health 12/1989 Oklahoma City Community College Associate of Science 5/1977 Oklahoma City, OK Surgical TechnologyWORK EXPERIENCE: State of Oklahoma Employees Benefits Council Oklahoma City, OK Manager, State Wellness Program 11/94 – July 1, 2010  Developed, designed, and coordinated worksite health promotion programs for 37, 000 state employees statewide.  Supervised and coordinated various health promotion programs with approximately 100 state agency wellness coordinators.  Provided technical assistance to state agencies on the development of worksite health promotion programs.  Gave technical assistance to key state legislators on legislation that would impact the health and well being of state employees.  Designed, developed, and implemented the OK Health Mentoring Program.  Supervised twelve professional level employees.  Managed the operation of the OK Health Mentoring program call center.  Provided technical assistance to Benefits Director on more effective ways to inform state employees on the connection between benefits and their health. University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, OK Adjunct Faculty 8/1993 – 11/1994  Health Education instructor in Wellness and Positive Lifestyles.  Core course for all students attending the University.  Responsible for the total curriculum with an average of 45 students per course. Page 1 of 5
  2. 2. Nancy A. Haller Curriculum Vitae American Heart Association Oklahoma City, OK Supervisor, Residential Heart Campaign 9/1993 – 1/1994 Responsible for the placement, training, and management of employees for residential neighbor-to- neighbor campaign call center. Set and maintained organizational goals for the campaign. Scientific Social Research Norman, OK Research Assistant 9/1991 – 10/1994 Coordinated research sites for the participation in HIV/AIDS Computerized Risk Assessment. Assisted in the tabulation of findings to access the accuracy and yield of computer software for determining risk for current HIV infection. Technical assistance with conference paper. Coordinated public relations and advertising. Johnson & Johnson Management San Diego, CA Consultant – Live for Life Program 3/1993 – 6/1993 Consulted with Phillips Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, OK. A worksite health promotion program designed for employees to self-report on various health behaviors. Counseled employees about their results from their health risk assessment. State Department of Education /HIV/AIDS Prevention Oklahoma City, OK Consultant, Comprehensive Health Education Division 1/1992 – 1/1993 Provided technical assistance to school districts and other agencies/organizations for improving HIV prevention education programs. Organized and conducted in-service education in comprehensive health education and HIV education statewide. Provided schools and organizations with curriculum guides, auto visual support, written resource materials, and information for planning an implementing effective HIV prevention education programs. Presented at numerous workshops. Developed a working model for implementing school health education training in public schools for the state of Oklahoma. Model for comprehensive school health was implemented in the state of Oklahoma in 2001. OU College of Public Health Oklahoma City, OK Research Assistant, Department of Health Promotion 3/1990 – 12/1991 Project manager of a statewide Drug and Alcohol Survey administered to 6th – 12th grade students randomly sampled throughout the state of Oklahoma public schools. Project manager for the administering the CDC Youth Risk Behavioral Survey to youth shelters throughout the state. Collection and interpretation of data and report writing. Supervised student assistants. Page 2 of 5
  3. 3. Nancy A. Haller Curriculum VitaePRESENTATIONS:  The OK Health Mentoring Program Overview – Robert Wood Johnson Foundations – Commission to Build a Healthier America December 7, 2008, Denver, CO  Oklahoma Health Mentoring Program – International Public Management Association for Human Resources Conference and Exposition October 20, 2008, Las Vegas, NV  OK Health Mentoring Program – Connex International – The Employee Benefits Executive Forum September 8, 2008, Amelia Island Plantation, FL  OK Health Mentoring Program: An Effective Approach to Motivating the Masses – American Journal of Health Promotion Conference March 6, 2008, San Diego, CA  OK Health Mentoring Program – Joint Compensation Conference September 24, 2007, Oklahoma City, OK  Mentoring: A New Approach to Wellness – Benefits Management Forum and Expo September 18, 2007 Dallas, TX  The OK Health Mentoring Program – National Association for State Personnel Directors July 24, 2007 Williamsburg, VA  Journal of Health Promotion – OK Health Mentoring Program Poster presentation March 14, 2005, San Francisco, CA  Making the Case for Health Education April 12, 2005, Oklahoma City, OK  A Local Perspective of Disease Management in the Workplace, Norman, OK  Deaconess Hospital – Business Community Forum: OK Health Mentoring Program: Pilot Outcomes April 11, 2005, Oklahoma City, OK  State of Wellness – Department of Corrections, Oklahoma City, OK January 2001  R.O.A.D. Project – Personal Wellness Profile Results – Department of Corrections June 23, 2000, Norman, OK  A Vision of Health for State Employees – R.O.A.D. Project – OSU – Foundations of Health March 12, 1999, Stillwater, OK  Health Promotion for State Employees – Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Spring Conference May 6, 1999, Tulsa, OK  Managing Wellness: A Primer for Health Promotion in the Workplace January 15, 1996  The Managed Care Environment – University of Central Oklahoma September 8, 1995, Edmond, OKPUBLICATIONS:  Wellness Gram – State Wellness Program monthly electronic health bulletin distributed to over 700 agency wellness coordinators state wide 1997-2010  Wellness Connection – State Wellness Program Quarterly health and wellness publication distributed to 37,000 state employees April 1997- December 2003  Department of Human Services – Take Five for Wellness – Technical assistant on a series of twelve five minute videos July 1999-2000  Department of Human Services – Analysis of Your WorkStation for Prevention of Carpal Tunnel technical assistant August 1996  Department of Human Services – Hepatitis B and Tuberculosis in the Workplace Technical assistant April 1996  Comprehensive Health Directory OK State Department of Education Principal author February 1993  Accuracy and Yield of Expert System Software for Personal HIV Risk Assessment – Technical assistant November 1993  Have You Heard About…HIV/AIDS? – Principal author & producer November 1992 Page 3 of 5
  4. 4. Nancy A. Haller Curriculum Vitae  Reach for a Career in Public Health – Principal author & producer March 1990DEVELOPED EVENTS:  Office of Personnel Management/Human Resource Development – " Say OK to Your Health”. A six- hour class developed for state employees to learn about taking charge of their own health. 2008 - presently ongoing.  Annual Health & Safety Expo – State Capitol Rotunda, Oklahoma City, OK 1995-2010  Robert Sweetgall - Creative Walking, Inc. (CWI) specializes in custom-designed walking and wellness programs. December 2001 and December 2005, Oklahoma City, OK  Summer Institute for Agency Wellness Coordinators – Ready, Set, Go to Agency Wellness a day long institute for 250 agency wellness coordinators August 4, 1998, Norman, OK  Regional Health & Safety Expo – Tulsa, Enid, McAlester, OK 1995-1998  State Employees: Sharing Our Strengths, Helping One Another In Post-Disaster Recovery – Murrah Building bombing in conjunction with the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services November 29, 1995, Oklahoma City, OKPROGRAM DEVELOPMENT: OK Health Mentoring Program – Full implementation to all 37, 000 active state employees in January 2006 and presently ongoing.  Pilot Program July 2003 – December 2005 Department of Human Services.  The goal of OK Health Mentoring program is to give employees the right tools to help them feel better and improve your health.  A web based, scientifically proven, one-on-one health mentoring provided to employees at no charge.  Participants have an initial visit to their PCP with particular labs.  Participants receive at least 20 telephonic visits from a professional health mentor.  Access to a secured web site in which the participant fills out an extensive Health History Questionnaire.  Participants have access 100 education kits in a PDF format and audio.  Mentor works with the participant to establish personalized, twelve-month goals and action plans tailored for their specific health needs.  Areas of focus in the program are: o physical activities, o healthy nutrition, o smoking cessation, o stress management, o diabetes management, o Cardiovascular disease prevention and control. Rural Oklahoma Health Awareness Development – R.O.A.D. Pilot Project January 1998  The R.O.A.D Project was designed to facilitate health awareness among underserved state employees, to motivate positive health behavior changes, reach rural employees sites where health information is not readily available, and generate awareness of the State Wellness Program among state employees.  The program used a health risk appraisal (HRA), biomedical screening and counseling/referral to determine and affect health status.  The R.O.A.D Project was piloted in four state agencies and rolled out to all state agencies in January 1999 through 2001. Page 4 of 5
  5. 5. Nancy A. Haller Curriculum VitaeCOMPUTER SKILLS: MS Word MS Power-Point MS Excel MS OutlookCOMMITTEES:  State Wellness Program – State Wellness Council Chair 1995-2010  Governor Brad Henry’s Strong and Healthy Oklahoma Initiative Committee 2005-2010  Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, Board Member April 1997– October 22, 2002  Oklahoma Consortium for Improving the Health of Oklahoma 2000  National Association of Public Worksite Health Promotion Leadership Board 1997-2000  Association of Worksite Health Promotion – State Representative Region VI 1996-1999  OU College of Public Health Alumni Association – Secretary/Treasurer1996-1999  Worker’s Safety Council – Department of Labor 1995-1997AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:  Nominated for Woman of the Year in State Government 2009  SouthWest Benefits Association award for 2007 Best of Class Benefits Solution  Certificate of Nomination: OK Health Mentoring Program – National Association of State Personnel Executives May 2006 and May 2007  Recognized as the top program/OK Health Mentoring Program for the Governor Henry’s Strong and Healthy Oklahoma Initiative – National Governor’s Annual Meeting November 2006  Award for Motivating the Masses – Office of Personnel Management’s Quality Oklahoma May 2006  Governor’s Proclamation – Oklahoma Wellness Week April 3-10, 2005  Certificate of Appreciation State Wellness Program – Department of Human Services July 1998 and July 1999  Governor’s Commendation – State Wellness Program November 13, 1998  Department of Human Services – Risk and Safety Management Award November 1998  Governor’s Proclamation – State Health & Safety Expo Day September 12, 1996  Oklahoma Public Employees Association – Award of Merit December 31, 1995  Governor’s Commendation – March of Dimes September 19, 1995CONFERENCES:  American Journal of Health Promotion Annual Conference – San Diego, CA March 3-7, 2008  SouthWest Benefits Association Annual Conference – Albuquerque, NM May 4-5, 2007  National Association for Executive Personnel Directors – Williamsburg, VA July 23-25, 2007  20th Benefits Management Forum and Expo – Dallas, TX September 24-25, 2007  National Wellness Conference – Stevens Point, WS July 1997-1999, 2001- 2002, 2005, 2007  Chronic Disease Conference – Atlanta, GA March 2005  Cardiovascular Disease Conference – Washington, DC April 2002  Association of Worksite Health Promotion – Orlando, FL September 2000  Association of Worksite Health Promotion – Nashville, TN September 1999CERTIFICATION AND MEMBERSHIP:  National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. CHES #2687 1991 – 2008  National Wellness Institute – Member 1997 – 2010 Page 5 of 5