Jill R. Tregor

Photo of Jill R. Tregor Department Health Education Department 
 Office Multi-Use Building 321
 Phone (415) 452-5268
 Mailbox MU353
 E-Mail jtregor@ccsf.edu
 Spring 2012 
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Spring 2012 Teaching Schedule
HLTH 66 Hlth Edu & Chronic Disease Mgm 3.0 34538 001 Lec R 04:10-07:00PM MUB A340 Deadlines Final Book HLTH 67 HIV/STI Prevention 3.0 30501 001 Lec T 04:10-07:00PM MUB A340 Deadlines Final Book
For information on this class please check instructors site at https://sites.google.com/site/jtregorccsf/
HLTH 73 Case Mgmt/Individ Intervention 3.0
PREREQ.:HLTH 72, 75 (for Drug & Alcohol Cert. students only); HLTH 64, 67, 91C (for HIV/STI Cert. students only)
31384 501 Lec W 05:10-08:00PM MUB A340 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST HLTH 100 Intro to Drug & Alcohol Studie 1.0 32013 501 Lec M 04:10-07:00PM 04/14-05/19 MUB A380 Deadlines Final Book

Masters of Public Health in Community Health Education, San Francisco State University, 2008
Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies, University of Massachusette at Amherst, 1984


Prof. Tregor has been at City College of San Francisco since 2009, and teaching since Fall, 2010.

As a Community Health Educator, my mission is to be an ally in community efforts to improve public health.

I hope to work with communities to utilize what I've learned both in the academic realm and by experience to:

*Eliminate the health inequities and disparities that disproportionately affect people due to race, income, sexual orientation, gender, religion, homelessness, and other factors;

*Work at the individual, community, and institutional levels to impact and improve policies and practices that harm community health;

*Work to remove blame and stigma as factors in how individuals and communities are treated for health conditions.

Jill is the coordinator of the Job Placement Working Group.

She is the former Director of the Regional Health Occupations Resource Center, which worked with Bay Area allied health employers and community colleges to prepare and diversify the allied health workforce.

Prior to coming to City College, Jill worked in the social justice/non-profit field, primarily addressing inter racial conflict and hate motivated violence. She has also worked extensively in the domestic violence and women's health fields.

Foundations for Community Health Workers, eds. Berthold, Miller, and Avila-Esparza (2009). Author of chapter "Facilitating Community Health Education Trainings" and co-author of "Community Diagnosis".

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