Health Promotion & Education

The Health Promotion & Education team aids students in making supportive and intentional decisions regarding their well-being. We are the university’s prevention and education resource for your overall health and wellness. We foster a campus community that empowers students to make positive lifestyle choices at the George Washington University. Through peer education and collaboration with other service areas and departments on campus, we provide a myriad of services for students to promote wellbeing.

Meet Our Team!


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Mallory McPherson-Wehan, MPH (She/Her/Hers) 

Assistant Director 

Mallory McPherson-Wehan is a big fan of pickleball, the Bachelor, and supporting student wellbeing. She completed both of her degrees (BA in Political Communication & MPH in Maternal and Child Health) at GW and teaches LSPA classes in the Exercise Science & Nutrition Sciences program in Milken. In her free time, she rock climbs, processes existential crises, and vents about fitness trackers. Find her in cube 511L on the 5th floor of the University Student Center.

Contact me at [email protected]

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Dylan Precourt, MPH, CPH (He/Him/His)

Program Associate 

Prior to joining the team at GW, Dylan worked at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg Wellness Center where he collaborated with practitioners and Student Success staff to implement health programs. Dylan received his education from the University of South Florida where he obtained his MPH degree with a concentration in Behavioral Health. In his free time, Dylan likes to go on hikes, ride his bike, play video games, or watch sports. 

Contact me at [email protected]


Madison Turner, B.S. (She/They)

Graduate Assistant 

Madison Turner is an MPH student here at Milken focusing in Community Oriented Primary Care. They have a passion for harm reduction in both their personal and professional life, which they utilize in their work with students in the Health Promotion and Education department. In addition to academic administration, they have worked in community mental health, LGBTQ+ advocacy, and disability accessibility. They moved from their home state of Alabama where they received their undergraduate degree in Biology from UAB. You can often see them with their service dog, a yellow lab named Frog. 


Britta Gullahorn, B.A. (She/Her/Hers)

Graduate Assistant 

Britta joined the Health Promotion and Education team as a Graduate Assistant and is currently in the last year of her MPH program at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, with a concentration in Public Health Communication and Marketing. Originally from San Diego, she received her BA in Communication from Boston College and spent several years prior to enrolling at GW working as a federal consultant and specialist in DC on projects related to suicide prevention, COVID-19 mitigation, and vaccine hesitancy. Britta is passionate about destigmatizing mental health and addiction and advocating for young adult grief support.