Kristin Mmari, DrPH
DR. MMARI IS THE DIRECTOR OF INTERVENTION RESEARCH AND EVALUATION FOR THE GEAS.
She is an Associate Professor in the department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
With a degree in medical anthropology, she has extensive training in both qualitative and cross-cultural research, and has used these methods for both research inquiry and evaluation purposes. Her experience spans work as the qualitative investigator for the Well-Being of Adolescents in Vulnerable Adolescents (WAVE) study (one of the largest cross-cultural qualitative studies on adolescent health), as well as other qualitative studies conducted among adolescent populations in Native American communities, Tanzania, Zambia, and Baltimore.