Pascale D. Edouard, MPH is a passionate, people oriented public health enthusiast with an interest in advancing public health practice and addressing health disparities and inequities. Pascale earned her Master of Public of Health degree from Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University’s Institute of Public Health in 2012. She is currently a Doctor of Public Health student at the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health. Ms. Edouard is currently employed as the Healthcare Services Program Manager for a local county government. She was previously employed with the Florida Department of Health in for a combined 6 years where she served at the Health Equity Coordinator.
Pascale is a Governing Councilor with the American Public Health Association’s (APHA) Public Health Education and Health Promotion Section, President of Manatee Bridging the Gap Inc., and Vice-Chair of Gulfcoast South Area Health Education Centers (AHEC).
To bring light to underlying issues associated with health inequality and inequities and to encourage collaborative engagement among public health professionals and community member, Pascale launched People of Color (P.O.C.) Health Matters in August 2017. The mission of POC Health Matters is re-imagine, realize, and actualize health equity among communities of color.