Selena Webster-Bass, MPH is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and has served as a health advocate for over 15 years. Selena’s professional background is in public health, health equity, sickle cell disease, minority health and health education/promotion. She has worked in a variety of settings as Community Medicine Director with pediatrics and family medicine residency programs at UF/Shands Jacksonville, adjunct professor at University of North Florida
College of Public Health, Science Teacher in an urban setting and Webster-Bass Consulting developing national disease education campaigns for pharmaceutical companies focusing on multicultural populations. In her current position with Jacksonville System of Care, Selena educates organizational leaders, health professionals, family advocates, youth and families in becoming culturally and linguistic responsive. Selena is a doctoral student in the Educational Leadership Program at University of North Florida (UNF) with research interests in culturally responsive organizations and servant leadership. Selena’s other voices include youth development, emotional well-being and spiritual development. Selena is eternally tied to County Court Judge Lester Bass and has three energetic kids; Spencer, Micah and Trinity.