Vivian Lasley Bibbs Death – Kentucky Department for Public Health Acting Director Vivian Lasley Bibbs has sadly passed away. She died leaving family, friends and colleagues devastated. She was confirmed dead through a Facebook post that says “Vivian Lasley-Bibbs leaves a profound void that will be deeply felt. Working alongside her for numerous years, I cherished her unwavering support and collaborative spirit”. The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Vivian Lasley Bibbs’ death has not been revealed.
Vivian Lasley Bibbs Education
In addition to obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Kentucky State University, Vivian Lasley-Bibbs also holds a master’s degree in Hospital and Molecular Epidemiology from the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan. Furthermore, she was a graduate of the Physician Assistant Program that was offered by the College of Health Sciences at the University of Kentucky School of Medicine. She enrolled in the doctoral program in Public Health at the College of Public Health at the University of Kentucky, where she was concentrating on Epidemiology.
Vivian Lasley-Bibbs, who was recently appointed chair of the board for the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky and is currently serving as president of the National Association of State Offices of Minority Health (NASOMH), has established herself as a leading expert in the field of addressing health disparities and inequities that are associated with the social determinants of health.
Vivian Lasley Bibbs Career
As part of her role as a subject matter expert, she has given presentations at a number of conferences hosted at the state, municipal, and national levels. These presentations have included workshops, panels, and posters that delve into the fundamental factors that contribute to health disparities. Not only has her broad knowledge enabled her to make contributions to journals that are subjected to peer review, but it has also enabled her to actively participate in many workgroups, as well as regional and national committees, state and municipal advisory boards, and other similar organizations.
She is dedicated to lifelong education and is currently pursuing public health courses. Above and beyond her academic endeavors, she was actively involved in a variety of professional activities. These activities include memberships in public health organizations at the national, regional, and state levels, as well as active participation in civic and community-based groups.
Vivian Lasley Bibbs’ obituary will be released by the family
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