Desiree D. Reynolds (Goetze), MPH, MCHES 1808 Weimer Road Bloomington, Indiana (812) (cell)

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1 Desiree D. Reynolds (Goetze), MPH, MCHES 1808 Weimer Road Bloomington, Indiana (812) (cell) EDUCATION Master of Public Health, Community Health Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Degree conferred August Bachelor of Science, Applied Health Science Occupational Safety, Minor: Public Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Degree conferred May CERTIFICATION Problem Gambling Prevention Specialist, New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, June Studies in Gambling Addiction Level I & II, University of Minnesota Duluth, October Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES), National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, April, Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, April, Marketing Certification, Indiana University, Spring 2004, Bloomington, IN. Certified Prevention Professional (CPP), Indiana Association of Prevention Professionals, October, Hazard Control Technology, Indiana University, Certified May 1997, Bloomington, IN. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2012 Current Adjunct Instructor, Indiana University - Bloomington, Bloomington, IN Instructor for Stress Prevention and Management Current Research Associate and Assistant Project Manager Indiana Problem Gambling Awareness Program, Bloomington, Indiana Oversee state wide program designed to raise awareness of problem gambling and to promote treatment options. Provide resources and information to prevention and treatment professionals, as well as education to the general community Research Associate and Coordinator for External Affairs Indiana Prevention Resource Center, Bloomington, Indiana

2 Serve as liaison with state government officials; coordinates IPRC publications, conferences, exhibits, and displays; coordinates IPRC marketing and public relations activities Research Associate and Operations Coordinator Tobacco Retailer Inspection Program, Bloomington, Indiana Provide administrative support and coordination of a statewide tobacco prevention effort funded through the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission. LEADERSHIP Fellow, Mid-American Public Health Leadership Training, University of Illinois, Chicago, Fellow, Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center Leadership Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana, PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Tangirala, M.K., Goetze, D., Jones-McKyer, E.L., & McCarthy-Jean, J. (2006) Use of Tobacco Retailer Inspections to Effect Social Environment Change: Do Inspections Increase Compliance? International Journal of Consumer Studies. MEMBERSHIPS American Public Health Association (APHA), 2001 American Public Health Association Community Based Public Health Caucus, 2002 Indiana Association of Prevention Professionals, 2004 Monroe Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition, 2004 Indiana Society for Public Health Education (InSOPHE), 2004 Indiana Public Health Association, 2005 Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, 2008 OFFICER POSITIONS Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, Vice-chair, Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, Education Committee Chair, Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, Secretary, Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, Local Chapter Chair, RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

3 Lay M., Goetze, D., & Salb, K. (2012). Problem Gambling 101. Indianapolis, IN. National Association for Addictions Professionals Annual Goetze, D., Lay M., & Lee, J. (2012). Using Technology for Workforce Development. Indianapolis, IN. National Association for Addictions Professionals Annual Seitz de Martinez B. & Goetze, D. (2009). Mining for data: Using GIS to enhance environmental factors of prevention. Anaheim, CA. National Prevention Network Annual Goetze, D. & Seitz de Martinez B. (2009). Using local data and GIS to analyze alcohol use and impact on communities with recreational water sources in Indiana. Philadelphia, PA. American Public Health Association Annual Seitz de Martinez B. & Goetze, D. (2008). Surmounting boarders and barriers to best practices: the case for G.I.S. Indianapolis, IN. National Prevention Network Annual Goetze, D. & Seitz de Martinez B. (2008). Take down those fences: dissolving boarders in the heartland using G.I.S. San Diego, CA. American Public Health Association Annual Goetze, D., Jones, A. & Mawanda, F. (2008). Tobacco sales to minors: crossing the gender boundary. San Diego, CA. American Public Health Association Annual Seitz de Martinez B. & Goetze, D. (2008). The potential of geographical information systems (GIS) to facilitate data driven prevention. Tulsa, OK. National Substance Abuse Goetze, D. & Seitz de Martinez B. (2007). Using local data and GIS to analyze the county level comprehensive tobacco prevention in Indiana. Washington, DC. American Public Health Association Annual Goetze, D., Feiner, TK, Pfister, K., Valdez, R., & Palmer, N. (2007). Youth access in a landscape of industry social responsibility. Minneapolis, MN. National Conference on Tobacco or Health. Goetze, D. & Seitz de Martinez B. (2006). Using local data and GIS to analyze the changing faces of tobacco-producing counties in Indiana. Boston, MA. American Public Health Association Annual Seitz de Martinez B, Gassman, R. & Goetze, D. (2006). The potential of geographic information systems to facilitate data driven prevention: the care of tobacco. Lexington, KY. National Prevention Network Annual Goetze, D. (2006). The role of tobacco compliance inspections in changing normative beliefs about youth tobacco use. Seattle, WA. Youth Access to Tobacco Annual Goetze, D. (2005). Selling tobacco products on the Internet: Bypassing taxes and youth access. Philadelphia, PA. American Public Health Association Annual

4 Goetze, D. (2005). Application of GIS to school corporations and parent/teacher organizations for enacting social change. Philadelphia, PA. American Public Health Association Annual Hoffman, J., Smith, N. & Goetze, D. (2005) Tobacco Taxes and Teens, French Lick, IN. Indiana Rural Health Association Annual Seitz de Martinez, B. & Goetze, D. (2005) Female headed households with children under 18 as a predictor of poverty. Bloomington, IN. Indiana Public Health Association Annual Smith, N., Hoffman, J. & Goetze, D. (2005). The role of candy tobacco products in America s war on youth tobacco use. Bloomington, IN. Indiana Public Health Association Annual Alter, J., Goetze, D. & Kelley, J. (2005) Smoking bans and the increased use of smokeless tobacco products: An unintentional effect. Bloomington, IN. Indiana Public Health Association Annual PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT National Council on Problem Gambling July Seattle, WA. Indiana Annual Recovery Month Symposium, September, Indianapolis, IN. Joint National Public Health Week April Indianapolis, IN. National Council on Problem Gambling July Milwakee, WI. Indiana Annual Recovery Month Symposium, September, Indianapolis, IN. Joint National Public Health Week April Indianapolis, IN. Mental Health America. June, Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Association of Addictions Professionals. April, Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Youth Symposium. March, Indianapolis, IN. Conference on Learning. January, Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Youth Institute. December Indianapolis, IN. American Public Health Association. November Philadelphia, PA Indiana Association of Social Workers, October, Indianapolis, IN. National Prevention Network, September, Anaheim, CA. National Association of Recovery High Schools, July, Indianapolis, IN.

5 CSAP-CCAPT: Planning and Conducting Focus Groups Training the Facilitators Certification. January, Bloomington, IN. CADCA: National Community Anti Drug Coalition Institute Community Coalition Training. May, Cincinnati, OH Kids Count in Indiana, Indiana Youth Institute December, 2008, Indianapolis, IN Indiana Association of School Counselors Conference, November, 2008, Indianapolis, IN American Public Health Association, October, 2008, San Diego, CA Child Fatality Conference, September, 2008, Indianapolis, IN National Prevention Network Conference, August, 2008, Indianapolis, IN Mental Health of America, Department of Corrections Conference, June, Indianapolis, IN Indiana Public Health Association, May, 2008, Lafayette, IN Governors Conference on Service and Volunteerism, March, 2008, Indianapolis, IN Kids Count in Indiana, Indiana Youth Institute, December Indianapolis, IN. American Public Health Association Conference, November 2007, Washington, DC Indiana Association of Social Workers Conference, October, 2007, Indianapolis, IN. National Prevention Network Conference, September, 2007, Portland, OR Many Voices, One Vision Conference, August, 2007, Indianapolis, IN National Conference on Tobacco or Health, October, 2007, Minneapolis, MN Indiana Public Health Association, May 1, 2007, Bloomington, IN Kids Count in Indiana, Indiana Youth Institute, Conference, December Indianapolis, IN. Health Policy Forum, Reducing Tobacco Use In Indiana, Center for Health Policy, IUPUI. November, Indianapolis, IN. Conference on Healthy Living, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Indianapolis Government Center, March, Indianapolis, IN. World Conference on Tobacco or Health, July 2006, Washington D.C. Preventing Youth Access to Tobacco National Conference, April 2006, Seattle, WA. Rural Health Association: Policy Forum, Westin, February Indianapolis, IN. American Public Health Association Conference, December 2005, Philadelphia, PA. Kids Count in Indiana, Indiana Youth Institute, Conference, November Indianapolis, IN.

6 Many Voices, One Vision, August, 2005, Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Rural Health Association, June, 2005, French Lick, IN. Indiana Public Health Association, May, 2005, Bloomington, IN. National Conference on Tobacco or Health, April, 2005, Chicago, IL. Indiana Rural Health Public Policy Forum, February, 2005, French Lick, IN. Indiana Society for Public Health Educators Workshop Health Education Leadership, September, Indianapolis, IN. Indiana Society for Public Health Educators Workshop Unpacking your Cultural Baggage, April, 2005, Indianapolis, IN. GRANTS Web-based Tobacco Retail Clerk Training, Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission, January 1 December 31, 2008, $3625. Tobacco Compliance Monitoring in Bloomington, Monroe Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition (Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Agency), October 1, 2005 June 30, 2007, $ AWARDS Professional Development, Indiana University Bloomington, School of Public Health, Service Delivery Council. July, 2012 $626. Professional Development, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Service Delivery Council. October 26 October 29, 2008, $380. Professional Development, Indiana Youth Institute. October 26 October 29, 2008, $492.