People

Administration

Clay Graybeal

Clay Graybeal

Ph.D., M.S.W.

Professor of Social Work

Director, SBIRT Training for Maine's Future Health Professions Leaders

Chair, York District Public Health Council

(207) 221-4509

cgraybeal@une.edu

Hersey Hall
415

Dr. Graybeal  most recently served as Director of the School of Community and Population Health at UNE.  Prior to that he was the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Westbrook College of Health Professions.   In 2012-13 he also served as the Interim Director of the School of Social Work.  His  research and scholarship has focused on evidence-based practice in social work,  interprofessional education in the health professions, and more recently on the role and impact of the patient -provider alliance in... Read More

Affiliated Faculty

Kelli Fox

Kelli Fox

LCSW

Director, Field Education

Assistant Clinical Professor

SBIRT Faculty and Champion

(207) 221-4223

kfox2@une.edu

Hersey Hall
405

Kelli has spent 30 years in the field of social work and addiction.  Her lifelong career goal has been to become a full time member of the UNESSW faculty, which came to fruition in 2014, after having served as an adjunct for nearly 20 years.  Social work education has been a passion since graduation from UNESSW in 1991.  

Throughout her clinical work, Kelli has learned from mentors and her own experiences to recognize the power of positive and authentic relationship to create healing and... Read More

Expertise

Organizational development

change

and leadership

professional workforce education and training

young children (birth - 5) and families

traumatic experience and recovery

substance use disorders

vicarious trauma

body-mind-spirit oriented therapies

Professional Staff

Kira Rodriguez

Research Associate

Adjunct Faculty

(907) 360-8687

krodriguez@une.edu

As a member of UNE's Center for Excellence in Health Innovation’s professional research and consulting staff, Ms. Rodriguez has worked on program evaluation projects and population health needs assessments for regional and state governments as well as health workforce programs, health care providers and health systems.  This includes responsibility for the design, implementation and analysis of evaluation research; responding to internal and external reporting needs and evaluation project management.  During her tenure at UNE, major projects have included managing a... Read More

Expertise

Health Program Evaluation and Planning

Community Health Needs Assessment

Biostatistics/Epidemiology

Bethany Fortier

Assistant Clinical Professor, Health Wellness and Occupational Studies

(207) 602-2076

bfortier@une.edu

Harold Alfond Forum
261

Bethany Fortier teaches undergraduate courses, including Principles of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Substance Misuse Prevention, and Stress Management, within the Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies Program at the University of New England (UNE). She is also responsible for advising students on academic and professional endeavors.

In 2003, Bethany earned her Bachelor of Science  from the University of Maine at Farmington with a major in Community Health and a minor in Psychology. She earned her Master of Public Health (MPH)... Read More

Expertise

Project coordination

Community based health promotion; chronic disease

Community Health Education and Promotion

Kris Hall

Program Manager, Interprofessional Education Collaborative

Program Manager, Collaborative SBIRT Grant

(207) 221-4491

chall4@une.edu

Hersey Hall
326

I am an artist with an extensive background in theatre.  From 2000-2010 I worked for the Department of Theatre at University of Southern Maine.  In 2006, I received my MFA from Maine College of Art where my thesis project was a protest against unfair labor practices in the form of a podcast walking tour of Wal-Mart. I also attended The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture where I continued to develop alternative delivery systems for art in service of social... Read More

Expertise

design

audio art

non-profit board leadership

multi-disciplinary team leadership and management

Debra Kramlich

Debra Kramlich

PhD, RN, CNE, CCRN-K

Assistant Professor of Nursing

ABSN Program Coordinator

SBIRT Champion

(207) 221-4456

dkramlich@une.edu

Blewett Science Center
230

Debra is a graduate of Saint Joseph's College of Maine with an MSN in nursing education and Duquesne University in Pittsburgh with a PhD in Nursing, where her work focused on care of the substance-affected mother/baby dyad. She has over 35 years of nursing experience in the specialties of adult and pediatric critical care and school nursing. She is an independent child care health consultant and co-owner of Nursing Knowledge Solutions, LLC. She has published and presented nationally and internationally... Read More

Expertise

leadership

evidence-based practice

research

Critical Care

Pediatrics

Family Presence During Resuscitation

Brianna Nalley

Project Assistant, SBIRT Training Grant

Program Assistant, Interprofessional Education Collaborative

(207) 221-4114

mnalley@une.edu

Hersey Hall
326

Brianna joined the SBIRT Grant and IPEC Department in February 2017. She came to the University of New England from MaineGeneral Health, where she worked on various grants for their Prevention & Healthy Living Department, including harm reduction education and facilitating evidence-based programs.Read More

Jenifer Van Deusen

Director of Curriculum

(207) 602-2057

jvandeusen2@une.edu

Stella Maris 220

Jenifer holds a B.S in Early Education from Lesley University and Goddard College, an... Read More

Expertise

Curriculum

instruction and assessment

Interprofessional Education

SBIRT Champion