Tulane University Peer Health Educators (TUPHEs) are a diverse group of Tulane students who are committed to enhancing their own health and the health of the Tulane community. The purpose of the program is to advocate for and promote healthy choices, personal well-being, and community safety. Through leadership, education, and awareness peer educators provide quality, innovative, and inclusive workshops, services, and events to meet the health needs of Tulane students. Every TUPHE is a Bacchus Network Certified Peer Health Educator with training in all of The Well's content areas.
2020-2021 Leadership Team
La' Tesha Hinton – TUPHE Advisor
Brigid Bendig - TUPHE Coordinator
Benton Meldrum - Operations Coordinator
Brynn Gwartzman - Peer Residential Liaison Coordinator
Celeste Pinto - Health Wave Coordinator
Jace Eaton - Training & Workshop Coordinator
Julia Bergman - Events Coordinator
Magnus Dalier – MENtality Coordinator
Sydney Brown - Membership Coordinator
Sydney Sheffield - Communications Coordinator
Adam Mathura - Communications Coordinator
Become a TUPHE
Recruitment for TUPHEs typically begins in the fall semester. All new applications submitted will be considered for the new recruitment period.
Attend all mandatory trainings and biweekly meetings.
Complete the Certified Peer Health Education (CPHE) course and pass the BACCHUS exam.
Volunteer for The Well educational workshops and events (you are expected to help at 50% of campus events/workshops/services sponsored by The Well and at least one educational workshop).
Benefits of Being a TUPHE
Expanded support system
Practical work experience
Exposure to the culture of public health and health policy on a college campus
Increase knowledge and/or skills in the following:
To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.