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Blessing Dube, MPH
She drives quantitative solutions for multiple projects by applying statistical modeling and optimizing processes to analyze public health data for project implementation and evaluation. She believes that “data without use is data without value,” and she is deeply passionate about translating effective interventions for improved healthcare delivery and outcomes.
Blessing brings over 9 years of public health research and evaluation experience; she previously worked as a public health epidemiologist with two state public health departments. In Louisiana, she was a lead researcher for the state’s asthma surveillance program, and in Massachusetts, she monitored trends in the HIV/AIDS epidemic, with an emphasis on at-risk populations. She also worked for UNICEF Zimbabwe, where she provided technical assistance for Water, Environment and Sanitation programs aimed at promoting healthier communities. A highlight of her current work as an evaluator for a local partner was improving outcomes for children and adolescents who experienced trauma, by using evidence based interventions and increasing access to services among the under-served.
Blessing received her BSc. in Health Education and Health Promotion from the University of Zimbabwe and her MPH from Tulane University’s School of Public Health. Blessing continues to build her collaborative leadership skills; she has participated in a 10-month Emerging Leadership Program with the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Center for Collaborative Leadership.Email Blessing View Blessing’s recent publications
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