CAITLIN HENNESSY
Project Role: Data Capture
Caitlin Hennessy is a public health analyst in RTI’s Public Health Informatics Program and has 5 years of experience in evaluating and implementing public health programs and policies at national, state, and local levels. Her experience includes quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, designing and implementing survey instruments, project management and planning with multidisciplinary teams, data procurement and curation, data repository design and harmonization, and reporting of research findings. Her research interests include health disparities and equity, social determinants of health, and mixed-methods approaches to research design. Prior to joining RTI, she served as a research assistant at the Center for Social and Cultural Research at Radford University as well as at the Center for Survey Research at Virginia Tech.