- 2012 – Doctorate in Health Services Research, University of Washington.
- 2002 – Master in Public Health, Yale.
- 1994 – BA in Liberal Arts, Sarah Lawrence College.
- Assistant Professor School of Public Health OHSU-PSU.
- Visiting professor at the National Institute of Public Health, Mexico.
- Researcher affiliated with CISIDAT.
- Methodological approach around improving causal inference in non-random designs, including developing suitable comparison groups, triangulation of data sources and analytical methods, and data correlation.
- Impact evaluation includes evaluating clinical training programs to national policies and their populations of interest such as adolescents, poor women, and clinical apprentices.
- It is currently associated with Oregon’s State to study the state’s family planning program in collaboration with the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico.
- She participated as a volunteer for the Peace Corps in Senegal. She has also worked in Burkina Faso, Mexico, Colombia, with maternal health and family planning issues.