Kim R. Ramsey-White joined the School of Public Health in August of 2012.
Director of Undergraduate Programs
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Ramsey-White teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in health disparities and research methods. Her research focuses on education reform initiatives, health disparities and social capital. She has also worked extensively in the area of diversity strategic planning in the higher education arena. Prior to joining the faculty in the Institute of Public Health, Dr. Ramsey-White served as the university liaison to the Carver Early College High School program in Atlanta, GA.
Earlier in her public health career she worked as the disease prevention/health promotion coordinator at the Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center in Mount Vernon, NY. She has also served as the data manager and youth services coordinator for another Georgia State University project – Project Healthy Grandparents.
Dr. Ramsey-White holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Hampton University, an MPH from the University of Alabama-Birmingham and a Ph.D. in Research, Measurement and Statistics from Georgia State University.
In addition to providing leadership for the RTE core and broadly supporting the Center of Excellence, she will also focus on engaging, educating and training students at the K-12, undergraduate and graduate levels.