Kiersten Bond is an Assistant Professor in the School of Health Professions teaching in support of the Public Health Program. Dr. Bond is originally from the small town of Manchester, Michigan. Following high school, she attended Purdue University, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health Promotion and Pre-Medicine in 2010. In 2013, she received a Master of Arts in Health Sciences from the University of Alabama. She graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Health Promotion and Health Education from the University of Alabama in 2022. Before beginning the Ph.D. program at the University of Alabama as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, she owned and operated a fitness boutique in Dallas, TX. She likes to spend time with her family, friends, and three dogs, Peanut, Winston, and Gracie Mae, during her free time.
Subjects TaughtFoundations of Health Sciences, Program Planning in Health Education and Promotion, Health Program Evaluation, Seminar in Public Health (BSPH & MPH), Cardio Kickboxing/Barre, Assessment & Program Planning (MPH), Measurement and Evaluation (MPH), Health Systems, Organization and Policy (MPH)
Degrees EarnedPh.D. Health Education & Health Promotion; M.A. Health Sciences; B.S. Public Health Promotion & Pre-Medicine