In 2007, Ms. Yongue attended her first Undoing Racism™ workshop, which included trainers from the People’s Institute of Survival and Beyond. She joined the Board of Directors for The Partnership Project, Inc, a non-profit organization that hosts anti-racism training’s in Greensboro. She continues to attend these workshops for professional development.
Ms. Yongue has also been trained by The Racial Equity Institute through their Phase-I and Phase-II Racial Equity Workshops, and their Latino Challenges Towards Racial Equity Workshop. She stays involved with the Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance to strategize with others on how to address these ongoing concerns in society.
While serving as an Assistant Professor and the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Public Health Education at UNCG, she was the Principal Investigator for the Case Study Development Project “Seeking Health Equity: Examining Racism as a Social Determinant of Health.
- MPH in Community Health Education, Department of Public Health Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- B.S. Community Health Education, Department of Public Health Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Class Schedule Fall 2021
- HEA 312 – 1 A & 1 B Public Health and Healthcare Systems in the US
- HEA 339 – 3 A & 3 B Introduction to Public Health Education Practice
- HEA 426 – 1 A & 1 B Internship Planning
- Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
- Racial health disparities in cancer treatment
- Barriers to healthcare for Latinos with limited English
- Community leadership in addressing health disparities
- Institutional/organizational systems changes