Nancy Breton

Research Student

Department of Methodology

Languages
English
Key Expertise
Asset Mapping, Postcolonialism, Mental Health, Health Policy

About me

Nancy has a BA in International Studies from Old Dominion University and an MPH from Tulane University. She has experience evaluating New Mexico-based sexual violence prevention programs, in addition to working on global sexual and reproductive health programs. Her research interests include understanding how neocolonialism has impacted health programs and policies in Zambia, and how centering community strengths and resources can serve to improve and/or create programs and policies that address sexual violence and mental health.

Supervisors: Flora Cornish and Jen Tarr.