Susan Ullrich, MPH

Susan Ullrich is a Public Health Research Analyst with 2M Research. She earned her Master of Public Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and International Studies from the University of Iowa, and is fluent in Spanish. Ms. Ullrich’s research experience includes an implementation evaluation of educational and occupational skills training programs targeted at disconnected youth, involving qualitative interviewing and logistical management of site visits across seven cities; creation and implementation of an evidence-based toolkit for use by community colleges to increase disconnected youths’ long-term academic success and employability; mixed methods data collection and analysis for a needs assessment for Project Officers within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Office on Smoking and Health, including over 50 telephone interviews and focus groups; in-depth in-person qualitative interviews, data entry, and summary for a project regarding the commercial sexual exploitation of children; implementation of a breast cancer education and prevention program; data collection, information dispersion, and facilitation of focus groups for a program about the human papillomavirus; and telephone recruitment and administration of surveys for contract work with the USDA in English and Spanish. Previously, she served as a Family Interventionist at Catholic Charities, and was responsible for working independently in implementing an evidence-based positive parenting program (Triple P) to Spanish-speaking parents in Tarrant County, Texas. Ms. Ullrich offers a unique combination of in-depth experience in administrative work, field and telephone data collection, data entry and summary, program implementation, and client relations. Ms. Ullrich is currently supporting 2M’s contract work with CDC, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association, and U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service.

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