Zoe Hull is the Program Manager for the Maine Area Health Education Center Network (Maine AHEC Network), working with academic and community partners across the state to provide rural, community-based clinical training experiences for medical and other health professions students, encourage Maine youth and mid-career professionals to explore health careers, and support practicing health professionals with continuing education and distance learning opportunities. Zoe also coordinates Maine AHEC Network's HPV Vaccination Project, which is aimed at increasing HPV vaccination rates accross the state as a form of cancer prevention.
Prior to joining the Maine AHEC Network, Zoe worked at UNE's School of Community and Population Health as a Research Assistant. In that role she served as the lead evaluator for the Drug Free Communities Support Program run by the Coastal Healthy Communities Coalition in York County, and as the evaluation coordinator for the evaluation of the Maine Suicide Prevention Program's Building Caring Connections in Maine youth suicide prevention program. In addition to working for UNE, Zoe is currently a student of the University's Master of Public Health Program, expected graduation in May 2016, and a member of the Delta Omega Honorary Socitey in Public Health.
BA Sociology-based Human Relations
Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy
Massachusetts Victim Assistance Academy
Massachuetts Office of Victim Assistance
Public Health Research
Comprehensive Program Evaluation