Dr. Azza Mehanna is an Assistant Professor of Health Education and Behavioral Sciences at the department of Health Administration and Behavioral Sciences, High Institute of Public Health (HIPH), Alexandria University, Egypt. She received the MBBCh from the Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt (1999), the master and PhD degrees in Health Education and Behavioral Sciences from the HIPH in 2006 and 2014 respectively. Her expertise covers the area of health behavior, health education, health promotion, health communication and theories of health behavior change. She published and reviewed several papers in this field. She is currently a reviewer for “Inquiry” published by “Sage”. She participated as a speaker in two international conferences and in the World Health Day on vector-borne diseases (WHO, 2014). She shared in preparing and giving workshops and training programs for physicians, dentists, school social workers and refugees (UN refugee agency primary health care project). These workshops addressed several behavioral issues including patient education, community involvement in health care, school bullying and sexually-transmitted diseases. She is especially interested in women’s health and empowerment issues.