Research & Data Analyst
Madeline Arriaza currently serves as Research and Data Analyst at the Center for Community Research and Evaluation. Madeline, a certified Results-Based Accountability professional, brings specific expertise to the CCRE team in the areas of qualitative research methods and public health best practices. Madeline is an alumna of Emory University where she specialized in the intersection of Public Health and Religion. Her thesis work was done in Nairobi, Kenya, exploring HIV/AIDS medication stigma among urban African adolescents and young adults. Madeline’s professional portfolio includes the advancement of public health implementation projects through coordinated, programmatic data collection and research design development, particularly in the context of the rural Mississippi Delta. She currently works as evaluator of the PH-IDEAS grant in partnership with Shelby County Health Department and UofM School of Public Health.
M.P.H., Global Health, 2018, Emory University
B.A., Urban Studies, 2016, Rhodes College