Ms. Beechey joined the College of Public Health at Kent State University in 2011 with the goal of pursuing her PhD in Health Policy and Management. She joined the teaching faculty in the summer of 2012, and now serves as an instructor in undergraduate courses including Intro to Global Health and Intro to Public Health. In addition, she has served as a research associate at the Center for Public Policy and Health for 3 years, focusing on collaborative government management strategies and their use in public health organizations. Her personal research interests include public health law, reproductive rights, and issues of access to public health services.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Beechey, Tegan and John Hoornbeek, Aimee Budnik, and Josh Filla. 2012. “Consolidating Public Health Departments in Summit County, Ohio: A One Year Retrospective”, College of Public Health and Center for Public Administration and Public Policy, Kent State University, for Summit County Public Health.
Beechey, Tegan and John Hoornbeek, Kerry Macomber, Matt Flemming, Tom Pascarella, and Kelly Engelhart. 2012. “Case Studies in Inter-Governmental Collaboration” For the Fund for Our Economic Future, Center for Public Administraiton and Public Policy, Kent State University.
Beechey, Tegan. 2010. “Public-Private Collaboration and the New Health Economy” Future 500.
Beechey, Tegan and Kent Sowards. 2010. “Intergovernmental Collaboration: A Review of Literature” Center for Public Administration and Public Policy.
Beechey, Tegan. 2010. “How Decentralization, Underreporting, and and Financial Limitations have Hidden the True Impact of STDs on Local Health Departments” Capstone, Kent State University.