Moreland most recently served as clinical assistant professor in SHRS’ clinical rehabilitation and mental health counseling graduate program. She also served as program coordinator for the Cognitive Skills Enhancement Program at the Hiram G. Andrews Center in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Set to open in 2020, the Wellness Pavilion will offer student-led and faculty-supervised sessions and services free of charge to the community, including interactive classroom instruction and activity; clinical services like therapies and counseling; and special events such as health fairs, demonstrations and health screenings.
“Channing’s extensive community-focused experience, project management skills and research interests in mentorship, minority leadership and multicultural counseling will be great assets to the Wellness Pavilion,” said Patty Kummick, executive director of SHRS internal and external relations. “I’m confident that, under Channing’s capable leadership, the Wellness Pavilion will flourish and will quickly become a place for residents of the greater Homewood community to seek health and wellness services and information.”