Sean Allen is completing the DrPH program at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. He works on a project that focuses on evaluating the impact of federal policy changes on needle exchange programs in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and DC. His personal research is ongoing and has expanded to evaluate how MSM view use of the OraQuick rapid test kit in various sexual environments/sexual roles. He also works as a program evaluator for a STI risk reduction program for juvenile adolescents in the justice system.
Jessica Worland is a Health Promotion Specialist at the McLean County Health Department in Central Illinois working on the CDC Transformation Grant/We Choose Health. Angela Moore is a Research Data Analyst for the University of Tennessee's CANDLE study (learn more at candlestudy.com). She does much of the data management and cleaning as well as trains newer research assistants. She also works closely with one of the investigators from University of Memphis who is developing a sub-study with CANDLE dealing with identity and perceived discrimination.
Marcy Butler is an Assistant Professor in Health Care Management at Clayton State University.
Kate Heneghan is the Comprehensive Cancer Control program manager at the Rhode Island Department of Health and recently began the DrPH at the University of Illinois Chicago.