Assistant Director of Survey Research



PhD, Epidemiology, Health Promotion and Behavioral Health, Qualitative Methods, University of Texas School of Public Health
MPH, Epidemiology, Global Health, University of Texas School of Public Health
BS, Clinical Laboratory Science and Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

In addition to her years of research analysis and scientific writing, Nicole is an experienced epidemiologist skilled in data collection, program management, data cleaning and analysis, survey design and development, and population research. She has used this expertise at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Integrated Benefits Institute, and the World Health Organization. It was during her internship at the WHO that she assisted in organizing and writing a report for an addictiveness reduction meeting gathering experts and stakeholders in Berlin.

Along with assisting the Director of Survey Research in program management support, Nicole is responsible for providing management and oversight of survey administrative systems, survey program directors, managers, research specialists, and research coordinators to ensure survey administration programs and projects meet organizational goals and requirements.