Brandye D. Nobiling, PhD, CHES is the Program Chair of Community Health at Salisbury University (SU). Dr. Nobiling has over 15 years teaching at the collegiate level. She has presented and published nationally and internationally on topics such as reproductive health, contraceptive decision-making, and cross-generational perspectives on the future of health education. She received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Illinois College, a Master of Science in Community Health Education from Western Illinois University, and a PhD in Health Education from Southern Illinois University. Prior to joining the faculty at Salisbury University, Dr. Nobiling was an instructor and academic mentor at various post-secondary institutions. She has taught courses such as Human Sexuality, Microbiology, Pharmacology, and Anatomy and Physiology.