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Christa Mahlobo
Graduate Student, Human Development and Family Studies
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Christa Mahlobo is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State. She is a Sloan Scholar, Prevention and Methodology Fellow (PAMT), and an RYT-200 certified yoga instructor who is interested in the developmental processes and mechanisms that foster positive mental health and wellbeing in African American communities. Her research includes investigating health disparities and developing and evaluating culturally adapted health and mindfulness interventions to improve mental, social, and emotional health outcomes within communities of color.