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Daniel Bullman


Daniel Bullman is a public health graduate student who works with justice impacted individuals to build webs of support particularly in higher education. He is a certified community health worker and peer recovery specialist and has been previously recognized by the City of Indianapolis and the Ball State University Alumni Association for his work addressing placemaking, healthcare access, and food insecurity in Central Indiana. Daniel received his BS in Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University and is an MPH student with Georgia Southern University where he co-chairs the Maternal and Child Health Research Group. He currently serves as a instructor and justice-impacted coach for the Inside Out Prison Exchange Program at Temple University, health data science fellow for the QSIDE Institute, as well as the board of directors for the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Public Health Education (InSOPHE) overseeing continuing education and certifications.