PECaD would like to welcome two new staff members to the team!
Krystal Johnson, MSW is a Public Health Research Coordinator with PECaD. Krystal was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri and attended Southeast Missouri State University where she attained her Bachelor’s of Social Work. After Graduation, Krystal began working at Amanda Luckett Hopewell Center, a Mental Health Clinic that focused on helping provide mental health services to adults in the northern and central parts of St. Louis City. Krystal worked with a diverse group of clients to help reduce hospitalizations and to help improve clients’ overall quality of life. After two years of working with Amanda Luckett Hopewell Center, Krystal decided to obtain her Master’s in Social Work at Saint Louis University. Krystal is currently preparing to take the LMSW.
Tiffany Yatsko, RN, BSN is a Public Health student completing her practicum with PECaD. Tiffany’s past work experience is in early childhood education and nursing. Tiffany currently works for Washington University in the Clinical Translational Research Unit (CTRU) as a staff nurse. During her time in the CTRU, Tiffany became interested in public health. Tiffany is completing her Master in Public Health degree through Chamberlain University and also completed her bachelor’s degree in nursing through Chamberlain College of Nursing. Tiffany and her family volunteer at the Missouri House Rabbit Society, a rescue for surrendered and abandoned domestic rabbits.