Emma oversees the planning, execution, and completion of the Farley Center’s programs and projects. Since joining the Center, she has been a project manager and qualitative researcher for federal, state, and foundation grants and contracts. Her work includes conducting and analyzing interviews and focus groups, convening stakeholders and decision makers, managing timelines and budgets, and preparing grants, reports, and manuscripts. She works to advance comprehensive and accessible primary care through behavioral health integration, prevention and health promotion, workforce development, and payment reform. She received her Master of Public Health from the University of Michigan and previously worked as a Research Associate at the University of Michigan Center for Managing Chronic Disease.
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