Assistant Professor
M.Ed., Springfield College

Wendy Hyde

Wendy Hyde headshotAssistant Professor

M.Ed. in Community Health & Wellness Promotion, Springfield College
B.S. in Community Wellness & School Health Education, University of Maine at Farmington

Wendy Hyde is a certified health education specialist who holds a multi-age (P-12) Ohio health education license. Hyde is will expand her role at BW instructing and advising students in the family studies program. Her areas of specializations are adolescent and young adult health matters, consumer issues and family life studies. Furthermore, her expertise in public health policy include providing universities, public health coalitions and youth-led advocacy initiatives nicotine-addiction and tobacco-control policies. She is an active participant in health promotion associations throughout the state, including the Tobacco Free Ohio Alliance, Voices for Ohio’s Children and Ohio Society for Public Health Education, and she has been a keynote speaker and plenary presenter at professional development conferences statewide. Hyde also has several years of experience working as a K-12 teacher specializing in health education, curriculum development and instruction.