Meet the team
Paula Cheatwood, MS
What do we love about Southeast Alabama AHEC?
What I love most about AHEC is that we strive to have equal access to healthcare for all Alabamians. I grew up in a rural area and I still remember the excitement surrounding the opening of our first doctors office in our city. Hopefully, more cities in Alabama can feel that excitement too.
Ayanna Sterling, MHA
Program Manager, Health Literacy
A key aspect of SEAAHEC's mission is to enhance access to quality healthcare in underserved communities. As a Program Coordinator with Southeast Alabama AHEC, I am afforded the opportunity to inspire and influence the health care leaders of the future, helping to empower tomorrow's workforce in an effort to improve health care delivery state-wide.
Venola Gilder, MRC
Program Coordinator, Pipeline
What I love about SEAAHEC is
that we are a community-based organization that offers health literacy education to underrepresented populations and we encourage students to seek clinical professions in minority and disadvantaged populations to decrease social determinants of health. SEAAHEC has given me the opportunity to thrive in an area that I am familiar with and with people I can relate to. For me, working in the community is fulfilling.
Cynn'e Marshall, MPA
Program Coordinator, Health Disparity
What I love about SEAAHEC is networking and being able to improve healthcare accessibility within a multidisciplinary team in the surrounding southeast Alabama communities.
Marcus Fitts, BS
Program Coordinator, AHEC Scholars