Dr. Bonni C. Hodges, Project Director, Professor and Chair, Health Department, SUNY Cortland

Initially trained in physical education and athletic training, Dr. Hodges received a doctorate in health education from the University of Maryland - College Park.  She has spent the past 20 years working in and teaching about both school and community health, and was a 2009 recipient of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.  Dr. Hodges is the author and co-author of numerous health education publications, and has presented at state, regional, national and international levels.

Dr. Donna M. Videto, Co-Investigator, MCHES, Professor, Health Department, SUNY Cortland

Dr. Videto has a bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in health education.  After serving as a public school health teacher for 6 years, she returned to school at the Pennsylvania State University to pursue a doctoral degree.  She has spent the past 20 years in higher education, and has presented at the state, regional, national levels.  She is the co-author of several publications and was deemed a "key leader" in health education by AAHE, where she serves on the Board of Directors.

Aimee E. Greeley, Project Coordinator, Lecturer, Health Department, SUNY Cortland

Ms. Greeley received her bachelor's in recreation, then spent several years working in the convention industry before returning to school in pursuit of her masters degree.  Ms. Greeley has a master's in health education and is currently working as a lecturer in the Health Department and Project Coordinator for the School Health Systems Change Project.  In her spare time, Ms. Greeley is employed at Syracuse University as a Research Assistant and Adjunct Faculty.