La' Tesha is a Certified Health Education Specialist who advises the Tulane Peer Health Educator (TUPHE) program and is a trained facilitator for One Wave, BASICS, and Sober Event Monitors. On a daily basis, she interacts and connects one-on-one with students to discuss various health topics such as alcohol and other drug use, sexual health, and mental well-being to support their academic success and enhance their ability to optimally thrive. La' Tesha completed her undergraduate degree in Chemistry with a minor in Biology at Xavier University of Louisiana. She received her Master of Science in Public Health degree in Tropical Medicine concentrating in Parasitology from Tulane University's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She had the opportunity to work as a graduate assistant at The Well when she attended Tulane and that's when she fell in love with college health promotion.