Elizabeth Campbell, BA
Former Analyst, Baltimore Project
MSPH Student, Department of Health Policy and Management
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Elizabeth Campbell received her BA in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 2014 and is a current MSPH student in Health Policy. She primarily worked on data management for the Baltimore (BHCK) project, but also contributed to the Policy Working Group at the GOPC.
Elizabeth previously worked with the Maryland Healthy Stores 2 project as an undergraduate, where she developed her skills and passion for data management. Additionally, she has undertaken independent research in farmers’ markets as a policy tool to improve urban food access, and has worked to promote nutrition education in underserved Baltimore communities. She is passionate about public health nutrition, community-based interventions, and analyzing data to understand program impacts and population characteristics.