Bio: Haneefa Willis-Johnson

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With over a decade of professional experience, Haneefa Willis-Johnson has gained a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies involved in managing multiple clinical trials and complex projects across of broad range of scientific disciplines. She earned her bachelor's degree from Notre Dame of Maryland University and her doctorate degree from Maryland University of Integrative Health.

Currently, Haneefa furthers research initiatives at the George Washington (GW) Office of Clinical Research with the GW Medical Faculty Associates as their OnCore Project Manager. Additionally, she has also partnered with the GW University School of Medicine and Health Sciences' Resiliency & Well-being Center to influence public health practices through her contribution as an author of the scientific publication: "The Well-being of Women in Healthcare Professions: A Comprehensive Review." Haneefa is also regularly invited to lecture GW students on the biopsychosocial model of health, the benefits of mindfulness and meditation, and tools that can help foster well-being.