Alondra Vega-Arroyo is a Research Associate at the Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN), a program under the Public Health Institute. Dr. Vega-Arroyo has served in the public health field since 2012, particularly in occupational and environmental epidemiology. Her expertise includes study design, IRB proposal writing, data collection, and data analysis for both qualitative and quantitative work. She works with the PEARS data evaluating and assessing PSE’s.
Alondra’s interest in working with CWN stems from her belief and desire that everyone should have access to: healthy tools, tools for good nutrition, and an understanding for overall wellness. She grew up in South Central Los Angeles and understands the need for programs that target community improvement in wellness and in health.
In 2018, Alondra earned her PhD in Epidemiology from the University of California, Davis. In 2012, she graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biomathematics.