Public Health Advisor, The National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Kristi R. Fultz-Butts is a Public Health Advisor and Program Evaluator at The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) working with the National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP). Ms. Fultz-Butts demonstrates proficiency in working with medical and professional thought leaders from federal and local government, non-governmental organizations, state health departments, clinicians, health systems, academia, and community leaders. Ms. Fultz-Butts has received two (2) CDC Director’s Awards, several award nominations and many other commendations. As an education professional, she has worked as an adjunct teaching health and science courses at Georgia Perimeter College (now a part of Georgia State University), Clayton State University, Westwood College, and Kaplan University. She holds a Master in Public Health from Mercer University School of Medicine, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Spelman College. Ms. Fultz-Butts has taken doctoral level courses in the Educational Psychology Department at The University of Georgia. She is an active member of The American Public Health Association, The American Evaluation Association, Junior League of Atlanta, The Stone Mountain Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. She serves on the advisory council for Clayton State University’s Health and Fitness Management Department and on the board of directors for LifeSouth Community Blood Centers.