Katie E. Boyle, MPH
Katie Boyle brings her experience in and passion for public health to her New England-based natural products manufacturing company, Boyle Public Health. Boyle manufactures A Millisecond of 'Me' Time Foaming Hand Soap (TM) and Pit Grit Underarm Scrub (TM) found at natural food stores and small and large grocers in Connecticut and New Hampshire. Boyle Health Educators also run workshops to teach consumers ways to create health-supportive environments by reducing exposures to toxins - and toxic stress - in the world around us.
Katie has published her work in several areas of public health and presented at local and national conferences, including Environmental Systems Research Institute's (ESRI's) Annual Health GIS conference in Nashville, TN.
Social Science and Medicine - Population Health, 2016
Childhood Obesity, 2015
Public Health Nutrition, 2012
Lead Poisoning Risk in the City of Hartford: A GIS Analysis, 2009
Selected for UConn Spring 2017 Cohort of National Science Foundation I-Corps Entrepreneurial Training
Member, Coalition for Safe and Healthy Connecticut
Member, Connecticut Public Health Association (CPHA)
Member, Simsbury Jr. Woman's Club 2015-present
Sarah Tyrrell, BA
Sarah Tyrrell grew up in Simsbury, Connecticut. She studied strategic communications and sustainability at Miami University and graduated in May 2016 with a bachelor of arts. Throughout her college career she was involved with and served as the editor in chief for an online university publication, GreenHawks Media. She was selected to study abroad with Sea Education Association where she completed two independent research projects aboard the Corwith Cramer, SSV, further instilling her curiosity and interest in environmental studies. After graduation, Sarah went on to travel throughout Southeast Asia before returning to New England. Passionate about environmental health awareness, Boyle Public Health was a natural fit. In her spare time Sarah enjoys hiking with her dog, cooking and traveling.