Clinical Associate Professor, Health Behavior/Health Promotion Division, OSU College of Public HealthFacultyRandi Love holds a jointly funded position as Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Health Behavior/Health Promotion in the College of Public Health at The Ohio State University and in the division of Planning and Preparedness for the Columbus Public Health. Her responsibilities include teaching graduate courses and advising students at OSU and working in the areas of emergency preparedness and workforce development for the Columbus Health Department. She is also adjunct faculty for the College of Social Work where she teaches courses on HIV/AIDS. In 2002, she won the School of Public Health's Excellence in Teaching Award and in 2004 was given the Larry Williamson Jr. Service Award by the Black Graduate and Professional Student Council. She received her doctorate from The OSU College of Education in 1997. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist and an Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist. Currently, she serves on the boards of First Love, Columbus AIDS Task Force, Amethyst, Inc., and the Prevention Council of Central Ohio. She also is co-chair of the Family Council for the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections.