Manon Billaud, MPH is a first year ORISE Evaluation Fellow with CDC's Population Health Workforce Branch. In 2018, Manon graduated from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health with a MPH in Behavioral Science and Health Education and a certificate in socio-contextual determinants of health. Throughout her graduate career, she applied her behavioral health knowledge on the Global Dialogues Project where she served as a qualitative analysis Research Assistant. In addition, Manon worked in evaluation to improve local community health programs. Some of her evaluation experiences include a community needs assessment for the “Healthy Emory Project” to understand healthy eating behaviors of full-time Emory employees and a formative evaluation for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) safe sleep program. During her time at Emory, Manon also served as a graduate public health mentor for high school students in Emory’s Pipeline Program. Currently, she focuses on evaluating multiple public health workforce development programs.
Tuesday, July 9
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM