Graduate Research Assistant
Emelie Coleman is a current first year graduate student at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. Prior to starting her studies at Emory, Emelie spent four years in the technology industry, developing and implementing strategy to improve customer growth and experience.
Through her undergraduate studies in the history of sexual and reproductive health and through volunteer experiences with Planned Parenthood Southeast and ARC Southeast, Emelie has developed a passion for promoting equitable sexual and reproductive healthcare.
As a part of the Atlanta-based PRISM team, Emelie is focusing on local recruitment efforts for the iTech studies.