Eboni Anderson, MA, MEd, MSW
College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Arizona State University

Ms. Eboni Anderson is a clinical assistant professor at Arizona State University, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Healthcare Coordination/Community Health programs. A lifelong advocate for HIV/AIDS prevention, intervention, and education, Ms. Anderson formerly served as a National AIDS Fund­–AmeriCorps member. Her 20+ years of employment and volunteer experiences include working in the areas of public health, behavioral health, and higher education teaching and administration as well as at the Michigan state government. Most recently, she worked as the Academic Department chair of health sciences at St. Petersburg College in Pinellas Park, Florida. In this role, she taught classes in the health science program, supervised adjunct faculty, and managed the day-to-day administrative operations of the department.

Ms. Anderson earned her bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in counseling from Wayne State University, and earned an additional master's degree in higher and postsecondary education and social work from Arizona State University. Additionally, Ms. Anderson is a doctoral degree candidate in the health education program at A. T. Still University.