Health and Wellness Coordinator, Gallaudet University
Gwendolyn Roberts Francavillo is the Health and Wellness Coordinator and an Adjunct faculty member at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. Previously, Gwendolyn directed the Wellness and Fitness Programs and was a faculty member in the Exercise Science Department at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Gwendolyn went to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County for her undergraduate degree, received her Master’s of Public Health with an emphasis in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at The George Washington University, and studied at the University of Maryland, College Park for her PhD. Gwendolyn has published articles in peer-reviewed journals, presented at numerous local and national conferences, and received funding for health education initiatives.
Is marijuana less harmful than smoking cigarettes?
Health & Wellness coordinator Gwendolyn Francavillo discusses if marijuana is less harmful than smoking cigarettes.
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