Guiding youth to lead healthy and safe lives.
Our Health Educators

Meet the LifeSmart Educators

We pride ourselves on providing school-based programming that’s informative as well as engaging. Our Health Educators and Staff attend a minimum of 45 continuing education hours each year to remain experts in the field of health education. We’ve also become experts in presenting difficult subjects in a manner that encourages kids to pay attention and participate in the conversation.

“After watching two of these programs, I realized just how well trained the staff is. Both staff members presented the information in the same exact way and only changed the details pertaining to each individual grade level.”

Andrea Kamwendo, BS

Manager, Program Quality

Andrea Kamwendo joined Social Health Association in 2015. Andrea earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Indiana University. She has been a teacher in Decatur Middle School, Christel House Academy, and Shelbyville Elementary and Middle Schools in addition to being a summer camp counselor. She completed the LeaderShape leadership development program in 2006.

Haileigh Huggins, BS

Health Educator

Haileigh earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health Community Health, from the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). Her educational career studies were devoted to reproductive and sexual health education. Some of her previous experience includes teaching adolescent health education programs in juvenile detention centers and serving as an HIV Care Coordinator.

Olivia Cosgray, BS

Health Educator

With a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health and after pursuing Public Health careers in various outlets, Olivia found her passion in teaching adolescents medically accurate information while working with LifeSmart Youth. Olivia has a background not only public health education, but also in case management. Olivia is fluent in Spanish and is passionate about ensuring that all students have the equal opportunity to learn how to take control of their own health and make responsible decisions. Topics that Olivia is most passionate for include HIV, minority health, and reproductive rights.

Help us guide Indiana youth to lead healthy and safe lives.