Allison Harvey, Principal, has expertise in patient and provider education, with a focus on evidence-based program development, patient engagement and outreach, and evaluation.
She has a strong background in working collaboratively with non-profit and advocacy organizations, health care networks and the biopharmaceutical industry to develop innovative and impactful programs for patients and providers.
She has led the development of numerous patient and provider education programs delivered through a variety of mediums, which have reached more than 80,000 patients, caregivers and health care professionals. Allison has more than ten years of experience and leadership in cancer survivorship, patient engagement and multi-disciplinary collaboration.
Aubrey Villalobos, Principal, has expertise in health behavior and social science research methods, with a focus on prevention, social determinants of health, and community-level interventions. She has more than ten years of public health program leadership and research experience. She is mission-driven to eliminate health inequities through addressing social and structural determinants and has experience in community partnership-building for cancer/chronic disease integration and research agenda setting.
Topical areas where she has quickly developed specific knowledge required for time-limited projects include patient navigation, disease prevention (breastfeeding, HPV vaccination, viral hepatitis, weight management, tobacco control), food insecurity, cancer survivorship and school-based health promotion. She maintains professional Spanish proficiency.
Kanako Kashima, Vice President, has expertise in national and community-level capacity-building programs with emphasis on standardizing best practices and designing, executing and evaluating interventions promoting health equity. She is committed to advancing knowledge, research and strategies to dismantle discrimination and systemic barriers to health and equity. Kanako has a strong history of driving towards evidence-based actions by harnessing the ideas of community leaders and multidisciplinary, cross-sector organizations.
She is also experienced in translating research into consumable materials for healthcare professionals, non-profit leaders, policy makers, community members, and state and tribal health organizations so they may adopt solutions that make a difference. She has topical knowledge of food security, financial security, health communication, cancer and chronic disease integration, health equity integration, community engagement, and patient navigation.
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