Todd Stanley is the program coordinator for the Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellowship.
Todd graduated in May 2013 from the University of
Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He hopes to someday
pursue a career in occupational therapy. However, working with the Fellows has inspired
him to consider public health as well.
|P.S. His name is Moose. We are best buds. He is so soft!|
In addition to the Fellowship, Todd is the program coordinator for the UW/MCW Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute (HWLI) team, working alongside Fellowship and HWLI program director Marion Ceraso.
With cold winter days ahead, Todd looks forward to spending time on the ski hills and cross-country ski trails in the area. He keeps himself busy playing volleyball on multiple recreational teams with friends and by serving as an adult leader and guitarist for Young Life College-Madison, a faith-based ministry for college-age students.