Mary-Margaret Manlove

Mary-Margaret Manlove
Health Educator

Mary-Margaret Manlove brings her love of biology and her passion for learning to the Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education. Mary-Margaret, a North Carolina Teaching Fellow, graduated from UNC-CH with a BS in Science Teaching. Her education career began by teaching Biology and Advanced Placement Biology at the high school level. Her career progressed to include instruction at the middle school level, including teaching algebra, geometry and science. She worked several years at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, North Carolina, where she was the Teacher Resource Specialist, not only delivering programming to students at the museum but also working with teachers to enhance science education in their classroom.

She is an advocate in the community for Breast Health education and volunteers with local organizations to educate others in early detection and risk lowering behaviors. At her church, you will see her at work with the children and youth in the congregation. She not only teaches Sunday school, but also assists in the Children’s Music programs.

Mary-Margaret has been at the Poe Center since October 2005. She continues to use her love of the science of our bodies to educate students and families on being healthy and avoiding behaviors that are risky.

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