Emily Barish is a highly accomplished public health researcher and analyst. She has a Master of Public Health degree in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International/Global Studies also from the University of Michigan.
Emily has contributed to a variety of organizations, including Altarum, the Washtenaw County Public Health Department, and the Center for Sexuality & Health Disparities. Throughout her professional journey, she has demonstrated her skills as a Research Analyst, Program Performance Analyst, Health Intern, Research Assistant, and Administrative Assistant.
Emily is also an experienced Summer Intern/Assistant Teacher who has taught and cared for young children. Her diverse array of professional experiences has shaped her into a strategic and versatile problem-solver who can thrive in almost any professional setting.