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Educating advocating demonstrating

Renee Woodard-Few

“Creating healthy communitiesone step at a time”

--EDUCATING—

-- ADVOCATING--

--DEMONSTRATING--


EDUCATOR

Faith-based communities

The private sector

Government agencies

ADVOCATE

for the underserved

DEMONSTRATOR

Healthy Living


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Committed to helping to shape personal values and beliefs that support healthy behavior


  • Renee Few… has always been great in partnering to prevent disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations.

  • Since then Renee Few has continually demonstrated her passion with the wide range of community-wide support she has given. She was truly a great asset to me at the “Prostate Cancer Rally To Live” on Capitol Hill. We went directly to Congressional members’ offices and gave personal letters of invitation to the briefing, which was aimed at supporting PSA screening, for African American men. Her commitment to this cause, certainly helped confirm how she goes above and beyond to help lessen health disparities among minorities. Know that whatever Renee Few does in prevention and health awareness, she will do it well and with very positive outcome.

  • Sincerely,

  • Artie L. Shelton, MD

  • COL (ret.) U.S. Army


A disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations. DVOCATE

Capitol Hill


A d v o c a t i n g
A disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations. DVOCATING

ADVOCATING

Capitol Hill


A disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations. DVOCATING

  • Renee Few… has always been great in partnering to prevent disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations.

  • Since then Renee Few has continually demonstrated her passion with the wide range of community-wide support she has given. She was truly a great asset to me at the “Prostate Cancer Rally To Live” on Capitol Hill. We went directly to Congressional members’ offices and gave personal letters of invitation to the briefing, which was aimed at supporting PSA screening, for African American men. Her commitment to this cause, certainly helped confirm how she goes above and beyond to help lessen health disparities among minorities. Know that whatever Renee Few does in prevention and health awareness, she will do it well and with very positive outcome.

  • Sincerely,

  • Artie L. Shelton, MD

  • COL (ret.) U.S. Army


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= Renee Few demonstrating the value of physical exercise!


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= Renee partnering with faith-based groups to demonstrate strategies for lessening the HIV/AIDS epidemic


Demonstrating the value of building great partnerships to increase prevention and health awareness

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Letters of recommendation
LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION Demonstrating

Renee Few is excellent in helping underserved populations gain insight on how to live healthy. With a lot of her work she always reinforces the important part that each individual plays in preventing health disparities. Recently she played a key role in partnering with us, to be sure that families (who normally overlook the need for flu shots) took steps to lessen their chances of getting the flu. Although we knew that members of her church were insured and already had received flu shots, she was still willing to reach out into the community to service the uninsured, who had not been immunized. Her great commitment was shown when she decided to schedule the shots the same day as their annual holiday event for low-income families. While attendees were enjoying a free meal, lots of free gifts, and other fun-filled activities, we were able to put the “icing on the cake” by partnering with Walgreens and providing free flu vaccinations.

Of the more than 30 underserved adults who received the shots, each received a DVD that gave them “how-tos” on being healthy.

A gentleman from the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, after getting his free vaccine, told me how pleased he was that Renee Few arranged to have the service brought to the families, as opposed to waiting for them to go and get the service on their own.

Knowing the abundant work that Renee Few does helping to prevent health challenges, among minorities, she definitely merits my recommendation. With seeing how effective she is, I can’t help but give her high ratings.

Sincerely,

Ray Michael Bridgewater, President

Assembly of Petworth

  • Renee Few… has always been great in partnering to prevent disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations.

  • Since then Renee Few has continually demonstrated her passion with the wide range of community-wide support she has given. She was truly a great asset to me at the “Prostate Cancer Rally To Live” on Capitol Hill. We went directly to Congressional members’ offices and gave personal letters of invitation to the briefing, which was aimed at supporting PSA screening, for African American men. Her commitment to this cause, certainly helped confirm how she goes above and beyond to help lessen health disparities among minorities. Know that whatever Renee Few does in prevention and health awareness, she will do it well and with very positive outcome.

  • Sincerely,

  • Artie L. Shelton, MD

  • COL (ret.) U.S. Army


Committed to stengthening communities
COMMITTED TO STENGTHENING COMMUNITIES Demonstrating

Renee Few is excellent in helping underserved populations gain insight on how to live healthy. With a lot of her work she always reinforces the important part that each individual plays in preventing health disparities. Recently she played a key role in partnering with us, to be sure that families (who normally overlook the need for flu shots) took steps to lessen their chances of getting the flu. Although we knew that members of her church were insured and already had received flu shots, she was still willing to reach out into the community to service the uninsured, who had not been immunized. Her great commitment was shown when she decided to schedule the shots the same day as their annual holiday event for low-income families. While attendees were enjoying a free meal, lots of free gifts, and other fun-filled activities, we were able to put the “icing on the cake” by partnering with Walgreens and providing free flu vaccinations.

Of the more than 30 underserved adults who received the shots, each received a DVD that gave them “how-tos” on being healthy.

A gentleman from the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, after getting his free vaccine, told me how pleased he was that Renee Few arranged to have the service brought to the families, as opposed to waiting for them to go and get the service on their own.

Sincerely,

Ray Michael Bridgewater, President

Assembly of Petworth

  • Renee Few… has always been great in partnering to prevent disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations.

  • Since then Renee Few has continually demonstrated her passion with the wide range of community-wide support she has given. She was truly a great asset to me at the “Prostate Cancer Rally To Live” on Capitol Hill. We went directly to Congressional members’ offices and gave personal letters of invitation to the briefing, which was aimed at supporting PSA screening, for African American men. Her commitment to this cause, certainly helped confirm how she goes above and beyond to help lessen health disparities among minorities. Know that whatever Renee Few does in prevention and health awareness, she will do it well and with very positive outcome.

  • Sincerely,

  • Artie L. Shelton, MD

  • COL (ret.) U.S. Army


Letters of colleagues
LETTERS OF COLLEAGUES Demonstrating

23 January 2012

Re: Reverend Renee Few

As Vice Chair of the Trustee ministry, I am pleased to write this letter of recommendation on behalf of Rev. Renee Few. She is indeed a tireless and compassionate worker. I have been acquainted with her for over sixteen years and have participated in activities that she directed as head of our women’s ministry.

Rev. Few’s passion for promoting better health in the faith community cannot go unmentioned. At First Baptist Church, she has structured health education program that catered to the needs of our multi-generational congregation, from teens to mature adults, as well as seniors. One of her presentations to the attendees of our senior citizens’ center, “Keep That Brain Working,” served as a wonderful motivation to the participants to remain active. For teens, she developed a six-week class to help them understand sexuality from a Christian, Biblical perspective. With great enthusiasm, Renee Few has helped youth increase their confidence and self-esteem through preparation for public speaking opportunities and oratorical contests.

Rev. Few has demonstrated skill and sensitivity in developing teaching tools that are appropriate to any given sector of our members and the larger community. Her work at First Baptist Church is any indication that she is prepared to work just as diligently with other faith-based groups to create prevention programs that will further demonstrate the strong correlation between health and spirituality.

I can attest to Rev. Few’s exemplified love for her calling, and strong heartfelt commitment to improving the lives of others. Her works at First Baptist Church serve as indications that she will no doubt bring the same level of knowledge, compassion and fervor to any endeavor that she embraces. I am honored to be able to recommend Rev. Renee Few. Very truly yours, Marsha Epps Edwards

Renee Few… has always been great in partnering to prevent disease and improve community health. She is excellent in working collectively when organizing and implementing programs that educate DC residents about specific health concerns. When I first worked with her in “training-the-trainers” to help prevent prostate cancer among African American men, she played a lead role in getting faith-based groups to become engaged in educating congregations.

Since then Renee Few has continually demonstrated her passion with the wide range of community-wide support she has given. She was truly a great asset to me at the “Prostate Cancer Rally To Live” on Capitol Hill. We went directly to Congressional members’ offices and gave personal letters of invitation to the briefing, which was aimed at supporting PSA screening, for African American men. Her commitment to this cause, certainly helped confirm how she goes above and beyond to help lessen health disparities among minorities. Know that whatever Renee Few does in prevention and health awareness, she will do it well and with very positive outcome.

Sincerely,

Artie L. Shelton, MD

COL (ret.) U.S. Army


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