Janina Daniels , MHSA,CPSTI,CWC
Advocacy Committee Co-chair
Ms. Janina Daniels currently serves as the Program Manager for Atlanta Healthy Start, with the Center for Black Women’s Wellness (CBWW). Just before this position, she was the Program Director for the Jackson – Hinds Comprehensive Health Center’s Healthy Start Program, in Jackson, MS. Formerly, she was a CDC Public Health Advisor assigned to the Tennessee Department of Health Immunization Program, she planned, managed, and implemented daily operations for the state immunization program; evaluated all 5 program area components while conducting and supporting statewide activities, and managed and oversaw the state operations and vaccine budgets of over $70 million dollars annually. She began her CDC career as a 2008 Public Health Prevention Service (PHPS) Fellow. As a PHPS Specialist Fellow on a two-year field assignment, Ms.Daniels coordinated and assisted with the development and implementation of the Enhanced HIV Prevention Plan (ECHPP) for the Dallas County area as Interim HIV Prevention Manager from the recommendations of the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) and CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention 3-year demonstration project. She also served as Project Coordinator for Dallas area HIV/AIDS-specific community-based organizations and AIDS services organizations by providing technical assistance and capacity building with grant-related activities; Served on the DCHHS Ryan White Planning Council (Planning and Priorities Committee). In 2019, and Janina became a Certified Wellness Coach for her clients and coworkers. Janina was selected as a participant for the Satcher Health Leadership Institute 2020 Community Health Leadership Program Cohort. Janina has a Masters in Health Services Administration from Mississippi College and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Dillard University. But her most treasured achievement is being a proud volleyball mom to her beautiful, brainy daughter, Janiya Clair.