A.B.J., Magazines, The University of Georgia
B.S., Biology, The University of Georgia
M.P.H., Environmental Health, Georgia State University
Health communication, health literacy, health equity, environmental health, and maternal-child health
Beth is a research associate with the Prevention Research Center (PRC) at Georgia State University. She works on the PRC’s Connecting Behavioral Science to COVID-19 Vaccine Demand (CBS-CVD) supplemental grant. Her work focuses on increasing vaccine confidence in Clarkston, Georgia, which has a large refugee and immigrant population.
Before this role, Beth worked as the communications graduate research assistant for the PRC and was responsible for managing the team’s social media presence. Before pursuing her MPH, Beth was a high school science teacher in Arkansas and Georgia. She draws upon her teaching experiences to work collaboratively and create training materials for her current position.