Crystal Warren-Williams, Dr.P.H.

Dr. Warren-Williams is a senior research associate with extensive training in community health sciences and evaluation research.  Most recently, she has worked with academic institutions, health and human services organizations, and consulting firms, providing applied research support through literature reviews, expert interviewing, survey/questionnaire development, data analysis, proposal/report writing and project management. Her research interests include health disparities, healthcare management diversity, obesity prevention, community-based participatory health research initiatives, and health program evaluation.

In 1998, she was selected by the American Cancer Society’s Collaborative Evaluation Fellows Project as an Evaluation Fellow for promising scholars in public health, and in 1999 by the University of Pittsburgh’s Office of Child Development Interdisciplinary Fellowship in Policy and Program Evaluation as an Evaluation Fellow for emerging leaders in evaluation research.  In 2006, Dr. Warren-Williams completed dissertation research examining the influence of faith, spirituality and religion on the health and healthcare decision-making of African Americans.

Dr. Warren-Williams holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, a Master of Science in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University, and a Doctor of Public Health in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh.

Crystal Warren-Williams, Dr.P.H. Senior Research Associate, The Genius Group, Inc.

Crystal Warren-Williams, Dr.P.H.

Senior Research Associate, The Genius Group, Inc.

Decatur, Georgia, United States

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