Petrice Post has over 15 years of experience in strategic public health administration and project management. She specializes in supporting health and behavioral care systems in mobilizing communities to address social issues that impact sustainability and quality of life. She brings expertise in advancing local, state, tribal, and national public health initiatives, including conducting landscape analyses and identifying policy needs to strategically address suicide prevention and substance misuse.

Post is EDC’s deputy training and technical assistance (TTA) director for tribal services. Working closely with public health programs within Indian Country, she acts as a liaison between government and nongovernment groups, advocates for community needs, assists in the implementation of necessary processes to help fulfill those needs, and develops plans and tools to guide change.

Previously, as the TTA associate for EDC’s Native Streams initiative and Suicide Prevention Resource Center, Post supported programs in using culturally responsive approaches to strengthen services and improve outcomes for Indigenous communities at risk of suicide.

Post holds an MA in Applied Sociology from Northern Arizona University.