I joined the CISCRP team in September of 2019 as an associate project manager. I received my BS in Public Health at the University of Rhode Island. After receiving my degree and prior to working at CISCRP I was the co-founder of a non-profit called FastTrek.org that aims to quickly connect patients to clinical trials. I was also a public health peace corps volunteer serving in Guinea, West Africa, where I worked on malaria and maternal health care initiatives.
I’m excited to work at CISCRP because my position allows me to help bridge the gap between patients and clinical trial research. Working in the health communications department has allowed me to make sure patients whom have participated in clinical research are recognized as the true medical heroes they are. Currently I reside in Rhode Island and plan to continue my education in pursuit of my MPH.