Chelsea Booth is an anthropologist with expertise in suicide prevention, public health, public policy and policy analysis, research, writing, and program management.

Booth is the associate director at the Zero Suicide Institute and oversees the operations of the Zero Suicide Institute. She leads evaluations on Zero Suicide and Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) and provides training and consultation regarding Zero Suicide. She also has expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods, language politics, and how communities experience government policy and constitutional law in South Asia.

Booth holds an MA and a PhD in Linguistic and Political Anthropology from Rutgers University.

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