Claire Rowan, MPH

Managing Director & Lead Analyst 

Claire Rowan is a dedicated public health professional with a strong background in epidemiology and a profound commitment to addressing environmental health outcomes. Holding a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Texas A&M University, Claire has built a solid foundation in research, data analysis, and program evaluation. Her expertise encompasses literature reviews, intricate data analysis, and the synthesis of research findings to inform evidence-based interventions.

Throughout her career, Claire has worked with prestigious institutions like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Georgia State University. She has spearheaded research projects, managed data analysis, and contributed to publications in reputable scientific journals. Claire has a proven track record of successfully collaborating with diverse stakeholders, including community organizations, policymakers, and academic institutions, to translate scientific knowledge into actionable strategies. Her experience extends beyond academia, as they have actively participated in COVID-19 response efforts and played a pivotal role in risk mitigation coordination in various settings. With a strong work ethic, keen attention to detail, and an unwavering passion for making a positive impact on public health and the environment, Claire brings valuable skills and expertise to any team or organization.