Angelia Hayes

Angelia has worked in the medical field for the past 12 years and earned a bachelor’s degree from Baptist College of Health Sciences with a concentration in Radiation Therapy and a Radiological Applied Science degree from Southwest Tennessee Community College. In December of 2013, she will complete a Master of Public Health degree from Benedictine University. The program is rigorous and allows her to draw on her knowledge, and skills from a variety of disciplines to help define, critically assess, and resolve a broad range of public health problems, which she has faced during her professional career. She is a mother of three and a wife of 13 years. She works full-time as a Radiation Therapist. She loves her career because it allows her to work with the public and influence patient’s by helping to improve their quality of life. Cancer is a condition within the body that affects the body, mind, and spirit of the person who is invaded with this parasite. When she is not working or completing school assignments, she enjoys being at home with her family, watching movies, basketball, and football. During her time as an ISC intern with the SISGI Group Angelia will research global health, social change and poverty programs.

Most commented posts

  1. Inequality of Breast Cancer — 16 comments
  2. U.S. Agricultural Policies Cause Childhood Obesity — 8 comments

Author's posts

Jun 07

U.S. Agricultural Policies Cause Childhood Obesity

America is guilty of child abuse and should be charged, and sentenced. For the past 35 years, U.S. agriculture has operated under “cheap food” policy, while childhood obesity has gone primetime in every home, school, mall, and workplace. Since obesity hit mainstream America, it has become more than a cosmetic concern.  Obesity is a social …

Continue reading


May 31

Inequality of Breast Cancer

In this world, there are those who are privileged and those who are less fortunate.  Let’s face the fact that America’s history illustrates its structure of social inequalities.  America is full of Americans who have and those who have-not.  For example, the way in which women are screened and treated for breast cancer is no …

Continue reading