Assistant Professor of Public Health
P / Elegli@csuniv.edu
Health Education, University of Florida (BS)
Physical Education, University of South Florida (MA)
Doctoral Student, Health Professions - A.T. Still University (EdD)
Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)
Lindsay Egli attended the University of Florida for her undergrad where she received a Bachelor of Science in health education and behavior. During her time at the University of Florida, she played softball on the Florida Gators Softball Team. During her time playing for the Florida Gators, she became the first freshman in the school’s history to pitch a no-hitter. She graduated Cum Laude and was on the SEC honor roll each year.
After graduation, Egli attended the University of South Florida, where she received her Master of Arts in health and physical education. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES©) and is currently working toward a degree as Doctor of Education in health professions from A.T. Still University.
Egli began working for Warner University in Lake Wales, Fla., in 2010. She was the Head Softball Coach and adjunct instructor for three years. In 2013, Egli began teaching full-time in the Exercise and Sport Studies Department at Warner University. She was promoted to Assistant Professor in 2017. She is Assistant Professor of Public Health at CSU.
Egli’s areas of interest are preventative health and linking sinful behaviors to negative health consequences. She will be working on including both areas of interest into her dissertation.
She is married to Brent Egli and has three daughters Gemma, Emmylou, and Maggie. Her family relocated from central Florida to the Charleston area in the summer of 2019. She is a devout Christian and is looking forward to serving the Lord here in Charleston.
To God be the glory!
Your Purpose. Our Mission.
I have been working in Christian higher education for 10 years. Teaching health education and prevention through a Christian worldview is my passion. Having the opportunity to integrate my faith into my profession is such a blessing. I feel I am exactly where God wants me to be here at CSU.Lindsay Egli
- RECOGNITION & HONORS
Member of Florida Gators Softball Team
First Freshman in UF's History to Pitch a No-Hitter (2006)
Head Softball Coach Warner University (2011-2013)
Promoted to Assistant Professor in 2017, Warner University
- MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS
NCHEC (National Commission for Health Education Credentialing)
South Carolina Public Health Association (SCPHA)
University of Florida Alumni
University of South Florida Alumni