Meet Our Staff

OHEP: Mind, Body, Spirit

Office of Health Education and Promotion

Meet Our Staff

Kathleen Grace-Bishop, MHSA, CHES Kathleen Grace-Bishop, Director of Education and Promotion

Director of Education and Promotion 
  • B.S., Human Development, Penn State University
  • M.H.S.A., Antioch New England College
  • Certified Health Education Specialist
  • Year began at UNH Health Services: 1983
Kathleen also teaches in the Social Work Department and is a co-facilitator for Being Fierce and Fabulous, a women's empowerment group at UNH. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Maria Caplan, MS, RD, LD Maria Caplan, Nutrition Educator

Nutrition Educator/Counselor 
  • B.S., Dietetics with minors in Exercise Science and Integrative Medicine, The Ohio State University
  • M.S., Nutrition/Dietetic Residency, Kent State University 
  • Year began at UNH Health Services: 2013 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Melissa Garvey, MSWMelissa Garvey, ATOD Educator/Counselor , CPS, LICSW

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Educator/Counselor 
  • B.F.A., Dance, Minor in Arts Administration, University of Massachusetts
  • M.S.W., Clinical Concentration with Emphasis on Substance Abuse, University of New Hampshire
  • Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), New Hampshire Board of Mental Health
  • Community Prevention Specialist (CPS), The Prevention Certification Board of New Hampshire
  • Year began at UNH Health Services: 2009

 

 

  

 

Pamela Kayden-Babish, MED, LADC

Pamela Kayden-Babish, ATOD Counselor
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Counselor 
  • Kansas City Art Institute
  • B.A., Keene State College
  • M.Ed. in Counseling, Keene State College
  • Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC)
  • Year began at UNH Health Services: 2008
 

 

 

 

 

Judy Stevens, RNJudy Stevens, Community Health Nurse

Community Health Nurse
  • B.S., Health Education, Russell Sage College
  • B.S.N., Nursing, Russell Sage College
  • Year began at UNH Health Services: 1994
As the Community Healthy Nurse, Judy is responsible for...
  • Following-up on students who have been admitted to the hospital.  This can include visiting students when hospitalized, assisting with communication to faculty, informing students of resources available, discussing academic options with students and working  to insure proper medical follow-up.
  • Working with students to resolve academic issues arising from illness, hospitalization, or medical withdrawal.
  • Providing education, counseling and support for student with chronic and acute illnesses/health issues, including facilitating Living Well, a chronic illness support group.
  • Assisting in responding to communicable diseases and other public health issues.

 

 

 

Administrative Assistants 

 
  • Christina Cilley
  • Rachael Kreckmann

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