Phronie Jackson, PhD is a social change agent concentrating on issues relating to the impact and improvement of situations involving Health Disparities in Chronic Disease Prevention and Management, Health Equity, Social Determinates of Health and Health Literacy. Jackson has more than 20 years of Public Health, Community Health, Population Health and Worksite Wellness experience. Jackson has presented her work at numerous local, national, and international conferences. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from Spelman College and received a Masters of Public Health degree from Walden University, and recently completed a Ph.D. in Public Health. Her most important project is her family and working with her husband of twenty-plus years to raise their three beautiful children.