MRULE/ICA Supervisor – Akers & Hubbard Halls
Born and raised in Detroit, MI, Dreux attended Michigan State University and graduated with a BS in Medical Technology in 2009. As a student, he was an Intercultural Aide for the office in Holden from 2005-2007, as well as Holmes Hall from 2007-2008. He began his Masters of Public Health at Ohio State University, and plan on finishing it while a staff member here at MSU. While at OSU, Dreux was able to achieve a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), as well as a HIV/AIDS Education certificate. He really enjoys watching movies in his spare time (a self-proclaimed movie critic) and listening to informative podcasts about pop culture, politics, society, history and more. When he has time he tries to stay physically active by playing basketball a few times a week.