Data and Methods Strategy Lead
Rebekah works across two research centers at WashU serving as the Data and Methods Strategy Lead for the Prevention Research Center and co-leading the Evaluation Unit of the ISC3. At the PRC, she provides data analysis/support to several of the center’s projects. She also leads the PRC Data and Methods Core which serves to connect PRC members to key support and resources. With the ISC3, Rebekah serves as the co-lead to the Evaluation Unit which identifies and measures key outcomes from within and cross-center work.
Rebekah loves to untangle complex data to understand and demonstrate the tangible value of a program or study. She also enjoys helping others plan for and conduct various data analyses.
She received her bachelor of social work from University of Missouri-St. Louis and her dual master’s degree in social work and public health from Washington University in St. Louis School, Brown School of Social Work. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer on her women’s outdoor rec league, biking (especially the Katy), and Girl Scouting as an adult member with her daughter’s troop.