Public Speaking

Public Speaking

Monroe Country Vector Control Public Speaking

Jacquelyn Hakim, MS, MPH, has been in the vector control/public health arena for four decades. Her expertise and knowledge of ticks, mosquitoes, and other vector organisms have made her a popular speaker at various public health organizations across the United States.

The locations of some of her presentations include:

  • A Hope For Lyme  [Corning, NY]
  • American Public Health Association [Philadelphia]
  • Central Atlantic States Association of Food and Drug Officials
  • Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
  • East Stroudsburg University
  • International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man [San Antonio]
  • National Environmental Health Association [Reno, Anchorage, Atlanta, and Providence]
  • New Mexico Environmental Health Association [Las Cruces]
  • Pennsylvania Christmas Tree Growers Association
  • Penn State University
  • Pennsylvania Vector Control Association
  • Society of Public Health Educators  [Albuquerque]
  • Time for Lyme – Bucknell University
  • Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association

Some of the topics of the presentations include:

  • Prevention of Lyme disease
  • Tick-borne diseases of Northeastern Pennsylvania
  • Gypsy Moth Biology and Control
  • Mosquito Surveillance and Control for West Nile Virus
  • Human Rabies Exposure from a Feral Cat
  • Tick Assessment for Disease Prevention
  • Tick Biology and Control

Please feel free to contact us to arrange for public speaking and consulting.



About jhakim
Born in NYC, raised in Morristown, NJ and living in the Poconos since 1973, Jacqui has been active in public health issues for over 40 years. Her background in vector topics has made her a popular speaker at national conferences from Anchorage to Atlanta. Her undergraduate degree is from SUNY Stony Brook, and her Masters degrees are from East Stroudsburg University [PA].

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