Mr. Lindner is a Health Educator and Research Analyst at the Center
for Health and Social Research, where he focuses on projects to improve
community health through prevention programs directed at changing
individual behaviors and community-level factors. He received both his
Masters and Bachelors Degrees in the field of Health Promotion and
Wellness from the State University College at Buffalo.
Mr. Lindner has experience with projects at Western New York area
schools, corporations, and communities where his responsibilities
include assessing, planning, and evaluating prevention and health
promotion programs. He holds three national certifications (Certified
Health Education Specialist (CHES), Certified Wellness Program
Coordinator (CWPC), and Certified Wellness Program Manager (CWPM). He
also teaches in the Health Studies Department at Niagara County
Community College. Mr. Lindner has the knowledge, skills, and specific
experience with servicing at-risk youth, as well as a track record of
implementing programs in Buffalo’s West Side community.
He also teaches in both the Health and Wellness Department at Buffalo State College and the Health Studies Department at Niagara County Community College.
Most recently, in August 2012, Mr. Lindner became a contracted National Trainer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Training Tools for Health Schools program.