Keri Frisch is the Experiential Learning Specialist the Public Health Studies program. She oversees the student Applied Experience and independent academic work. She holds a master’s degree in maternal and child health from Harvard School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Dickinson College. Ms. Frisch has over 20 years of public health experience in research, policy, and practice at the local, state and national level. Her previous work includes implementation of a school wellness program in a Baltimore City K-8 school, policy-related research for the Medical College of Wisconsin’s CDC-funded injury research center, and program management for a NIH-funded health disparities study at the University of Michigan with a focus on African American families in Detroit. Ms. Frisch also spent 6 years working on federal health policy in Washington DC. She has specific expertise in building community-academic partnerships. Her research interests include positive youth development, adolescent health, and injury and violence prevention.
Experiential Learning Specialist
MS, Harvard School of Public Health
3505 North Charles Street, room 112