Evelina Weidman Sterling is a public health educator and researcher who focuses primarily on women’s health issues, mental health, and chronic diseases.
She holds a doctorate degree from Georgia State University and a master’s degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins University. Additionally, she is a master certified health education specialist.
Evelina is the co-author of several consumer health books, including “Living with PCOS, Having Your Baby through Egg Donation,” “Budgeting for Infertility,” “Before Your Time: Living Well with Early Menopause,” and “Your Child’s Teeth: A Complete Guide for Parents on Pediatric Oral Health.”
Currently, Evelina works as a consultant on various aspects of health education and program evaluation. She lives in Atlanta with her family.