Emilie McClintic joined PHI in March 2019 as a Research Associate on the research and evaluation team. She works closely with the research and evaluation team to provide full evaluation coverage to various CDSS projects and the CDC REACH grant project.
Emilie’s previous role was Program Associate and Evaluation Coordinator at Emory University. There she led the evaluation for six Georgia-based nutrition and food access programs, including evaluation of state SNAP-Ed programs. Emilie earned an MPH in Global Health and Public Nutrition from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in 2016.
She served in the Peace Corps as an Urban Agriculture volunteer in Senegal from 2009-2012, during which time she developed an interest in the intersection between food systems and human health. In her free time, Emilie enjoys biking, hiking/running, singing, dancing, gardening, and art-making.