Subasri Narasimhan, PhD, MPH
Subasri Narasimhan completed her PhD in Community Health Sciences at the University of California Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health where she was a Bixby Doctoral Fellow, Child and Family Health Trainee, and a Eunice Kennedy Scriver NICHD Pre-Doctoral Trainee. Her MPH in Maternal and Child Health was completed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During her doctoral training, Suba focused the majority of her work on reproductive health in marginalized populations in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Her dissertation examined the impact of intimate partner violence on contraceptive use in Kenya. A native of North Carolina, she is excited to be back in the Southeast. During her Post-Doctoral fellowship, Suba will employ mixed and multi-level methodology to study the impact of policy restrictions on abortion provision and contraceptive use on the health and wellbeing of women.
Nicole Gonzalez, MPH
Nicole Gonzalez is passionate about promoting the health and education of women and children in order to achieve effective gender-based violence prevention, women’s empowerment, and gender equity in the US and globally. With a Master in Public Health, she is prepared to improve the health and conditions of disenfranchised women and children. Her recent work is focused on providing survivors of violence with adequate resources and education, assisting in the coordination of research activities for woman-focused HIV prevention programs, analyzing programmatic data for significant findings related to violence, and investigating research and policies regarding the prevention of future violence against women.
Autumn Curran is a results oriented professional with B.S. in Health Science-Community Health Education and over 3 years experience in domestic and international public health, including public health outreach and education. She is fluent in Romanian (oral and written). She has proven project management and leadership skills in multicultural settings.
Melanie has experience addressing the needs of at-risk communities worldwide. Through engagement, Melanie has been able to learn and empower individuals in her work. She has a commitment to confronting public health injustices throughout the globe by improving upon inequality with data as a critical tool.
Molly is a second-year Masters in Public Health candidate at Emory University with a focus on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Population Studies and pursuing a certificate in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies. She is a public health professional with both domestic and international experience working in Sexual Health Education as well as HIV/AIDS research. She graduated from The University of Alabama with a B.S. in both Psychology and Spanish with a certificate in Global Studies.
Audrey Sommer is from Houston, Texas and a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health with an emphasis on School Health. She is currently a Masters in Public Health candidate at Emory University concentrating in Sexual Reproductive studies. Audrey is a Certified Health Education Specialist. She values getting pushed out of my comfort zone, putting others needs before my own, and being available and ready to work in any given situation.
Kaylee is a public health professional with three-plus years of experience including international fieldwork implementing evidence-based, sexual & reproductive health interventions in a cross-cultural setting. She is practiced in organizational capacity-strengthening and project design & management at the community level. Kaylee is trained in crisis intervention and gender analysis. She is ethically oriented and invested in creating equitable environments.
Kathryn Wyckoff, BS, is a second-year MPH student in the Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences Department with a certificate in Injury and Violence Prevention at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. With almost three years of experience in public health research consulting, Ms. Wyckoff has an array of qualitative and quantitative research experience in the fields of behavioral, chronic disease, and violence prevention research. She currently researches under Dr. Dabney Evans conducting quantitative and qualitative research investigating the impacts of COVID-19 related movement restrictions on intimate partner violence (IPV) and experiences of trauma, health-seeking, and community resource-seeking behaviors from survivors of IPV.