Dr. Monique G.Carry has a PhD and Masters in Sociology, a Certificate in Sexuality Studies, and a Bachelors in Sociology. She is currently a part-time instructor at Georgia State University where she teaches Social and Behavioral Aspects of Public Health and Program Evaluation in the School of Public Health’s Master of Public Health Program. Dr. Carry is also Behavioral Scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention. As a Behavioral Scientist, Dr. Carry is responsible for conducting behavioral and operational research projects that develop and evaluate behavioral interventions for high-risk groups, and evaluate the efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability of evidence-based HIV prevention program activities. Dr. Carry has experience in HIV/AIDS, gender and sexuality issues, program evaluation, and qualitative research design.