Stacie Kershner, Associate Director for the Center for Law, Health and Society at Georgia State University College of Law, manages new and ongoing center initiatives including overseeing educational programming, organizing events, coordinating public relations activities, and developing grant opportunities. She oversees the health law certificate program, dual degrees with public health and health administration, and LL.M and forthcoming M.J. programs with concentrations in health law. Her responsibilities include recruiting new students, providing academic advisement and career guidance for current students, and networking with graduates. She also teaches public health law to law and graduate students. Prior to Georgia State Law, Ms. Kershner served as an ORISE fellow with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Law Program where she conducted research and developed tools and trainings on a variety of topics, including emergency preparedness, control of communicable disease, and injury prevention. Kershner earned her J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law and B.A. in sociology/anthropology from Agnes Scott College.