Cynthia Ronzio is a Professional Lecturer in the Department of Health Studies at American University. She earned a doctorate in Health Policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and has a Masters in Community Counseling from George Washington University. Cynthia has over a decade of experience in social epidemiological research. Her teaching and research interests include women’s mental health, measurement of poverty and health disparity, and children with special health care needs. Her vision for her students is that they develop a lifelong interest in public health and apply research and policy perspectives to the public health issues they encounter throughout their careers.
Learn more about our accomplished Master of Science in Nutrition Education faculty members. Call 855-725-7614 to speak to one of our admissions representatives or request more information.