Cheyenne McCravey, M.Ed.

Secondary Falls Prevention Coordinator
New Mexico Department of Health

Cheyenne McCravey holds the current position as the Secondary Falls Prevention Coordinator at the New Mexico State Department of Health Adult Falls Prevention Program, previously working as a Global Health Project Coordinator for Baylor College of Medicine’s International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI) at Texas Children’s Hospital. She began her career in health coordination after participating as the first Project Intern in BIPAI’s Summer Internship program sponsored by Chevron. Cheyenne received her Master's degree in Allied Health Education & Administration at the University of Houston, previously graduating from New Mexico State University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Child Advocacy Studies. In the past Cheyenne volunteered her time as a Community Health Educator for an alternative juvenile citation program, while participating in Dona Ana County’s Juvenile Justice Continuum Board as the first youth member. As an undergraduate she served the medical community as a Certified Pharmacy Technician in the hospital and retail setting.

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