NJSOPHE history:Marline is an active member of national SOPHE and serves as chair of the NJSOPHE Racial Justice & Health Equity advocacy sub-committee.
Bio: Marline is a first-generation Haitian- American professional raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She received her Bachelor of Science in Health Education concentrating in Public Health from Montclair State University. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and has her Master of Communication and Information Studies (MCIS) in Health Communications from Rutgers University. She is active in her community-based and professional organizations. She is the Chairwoman of the Haitian Flag Day Planning Committee of New Jersey, Inc. (HFDPCNJ) raising cultural, educational, and civic awareness throughout NJ Haitian communities. Marline has 7 years of experience in health and human services. She is passionate about outreach, partnerships, advocacy, strategic organization, community engagement, and stakeholder management.