Maddie supports the Research team at Rock Health as an associate. Prior to joining Rock Health, Maddie managed training programs for an intimate partner violence-focused nonprofit in the San Francisco Bay Area. She also has experience managing HIV prevention programs and delivering direct clinical support in end-of-life care and adolescent behavioral health settings. Maddie has supported the development of commercialization strategy for an intimate partner violence-based safety app, myPlan, and has completed secondary research on subjective well-being correlates of mobile phone usage among adolescents in Rural Bangladesh. Maddie holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in global health from Arizona State University and a Master of Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Has been known to (attempt to) DIY just about anything short of her own dental work
Can identify 100+ mushrooms with moderate confidence
Spent five sunscreen-slathered summers as a lifeguard in her childhood home state of Arizona.
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