Program Secretaryemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally from the Louisville area, I have lived in Bloomington since the fall of 2004. Previous work experience includes the areas of student development, research regarding Children with Special Healthcare Needs and utilization of healthcare services, as well as children’s mental health and racial disparities. I served as the Program Coordinator for the Dyson Initiative at the IU School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, since its inception in 2002. In 2005, I obtained my Masters of Library Science specializing in public librarianship with an emphasis on children’s services with the intention of working in this field. However, instead I continued to pursue more academic goals through my position with the Dyson Initiative. I enjoy working collaboratively with community based organizations and multidisciplinary partners in achieving mutually beneficial goals. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my husband Bruce and friends and family.
- Indiana University | Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies | 1991
- Indiana University | Bachelor of Arts in English Literature | 1991
- Indiana University | Masters of Library Science | 2005
- Center on Planning and Policy Studies, Indiana Institute | Program Secretary | 2017-Present
- Indiana University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics, Section of Children’s Health Services Research, | Program Coordinator for the Anne E. Dyson Community Pediatrics Training Initiative | 2002-2017
- Indiana University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics, Section of General and Community Pediatrics | Project Manager MOC Developmental Screening Learning Collaborative | 2011-2014
- Indiana University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics, Section of Adolescent Medicine | Project Manager | 2001-2002
- Indiana University School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics, Section of Adolescent Medicine | Clinical Research Data Coordinator | 2000-2002
- Indiana University Southeast, Dept. of Academic Affairs, Student Development Center | Administrative Assistant | 1990-2000
Presentations & Publications
- Sturm, L, Stelzner, SM, Haut, DP, Szczepaniak, D, Sullivan, P, Geisendorff, P, Webber, E, Carpenter, JL. “Improving Early Intervention Tracking: Strategies to Reduce Disparities in Receipt of Early Intervention Services.” Poster presented at Peds 21 AAP Conference. October 2012; New Orleans, LA.
- Reinoso, D, Sherer, E, Misurac, J, Carpenter, JL, Szczepaniak, D. “Pediatric Health Advocacy Using Media in Residency Training.” Poster presented at the Pediatric Academic Society Meeting. May 2012; Boston, MA.
- Sherer, E, Reinoso, D, Carpenter, JL, Szczepaniak, D. “Sustaining a Decade of Community Pediatric Curriculum.” Poster presented at the Pediatric Academic Society Meeting. May 2012; Boston, MA.
- Stelzner, SM, Kirby, R, Sturm, L, Shultz, JL. “Community Partners at Point of Service: Co-Teachers in Resident Continuity Clinics.” Poster presented at Future of Pediatrics Conference. American Academy of Pediatrics. October 2011; New Orleans, LA.
- Stelzner, SM, Haut, DP, Sturm, L, Szczepaniak, D, Carpenter JL. “Evolution of a Learning Collaborative into a Part IV MOC Activity.” Poster presented at Future of Pediatrics AAP Conference. July 2011; Chicago IL.
- Swigonski, NL, Cebulko, K, Klemsz, A, Ciccarelli, M, Shultz, JL, Stelzner, SM. “Resident Community Experiences: Documenting Competencies through Written Reflections in Passports.” Poster presented at the Pediatric Academic Society Meeting. May 2009; Baltimore, MD.
- Sturm, LA; Shultz, JL; Kirby, R; Stelzner, SM. Community Partners as Co-Teachers in Resident Continuity Clinics. Academic Medicine, 2011 Dec; 86(12): 1532-8. PMID: 22030765
Areas of Expertise
- Program Coordination, Developmental Screening Learning Collaborative, Health Literacy, Working with Community-Based Organizations, Mental Health (socio-emotional issues), and Health Services Research