Alexis is a research assistant at Community Science. She is an advocate for programs that address health disparities, as well as engage the social determinants of health.
At Community Science she assists with quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis for a variety of projects and proposals surrounding health equity and community development. Alexis has experience with data collection and analysis, literature reviews and facilitating focus groups.
Before joining Community Science, Alexis was a research assistant on a community based research study, to improve and establish future nutrition and cooking programs to help prevent childhood obesity in vulnerable communities in Washington, DC. In this capacity, she carried out baseline nutrition education, facilitated focus groups, engaged community partners, wrote literature reviews, evaluated the nutrition programs, and synthesized the data in Nvivo.
Alexis received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Health from American University in Washington, DC.