Martina Todaro is a Research Associate I at the Institute for Community Health.
Before joining ICH, Martina has worked in program evaluation at St. Francis House, Massachusetts’ largest day shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness, where she was involved in capacity building efforts around outcomes measurement.
Her interest in working with vulnerable groups had her involved with organizations working towards empowering women and eliminating racism, advocating for survivors of sexual assault, and promoting exclusive breastfeeding.
Martina’s professional interests encompass trauma and access to care, sexual violence prevention, and women’s health. At ICH, she’s involved, among others, in projects on accountable care organizations, college access for low-income, minority students, and latent tuberculosis infection eradication.
Martina received her Master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Data Analysis from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and hopes to pursue a PhD in the future.