Alissa Bey, research associate, specializes in evaluating public health programs and providing technical assistance on evaluation and environmental systems change. They bring expertise in collecting, managing, analyzing, reporting on, and presenting quantitative and qualitative data. Her interests revolve around research that supports prevention, policy, and equity-based systems change to improve well-being, especially for marginalized groups.

Bey advances EDC’s Health and Human Services Blueprint project and the CDC National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health evaluation on addressing suicide prevention of health care workers. Before joining EDC, as evaluation project manager for the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, she led an evaluation of a youth-based health advocacy program aimed at improving health equity.

Bey holds a PhD in Community Psychology from Wichita State University.