Stacey Yamamoto has experience in public health research, evaluation, and practice with a focus on health disparities among underserved populations. Her academic training and past experiences have ignited her passion for translational research with a focus on social impact.
Her previous work in the mental health field focused on building evaluation capacity in non-profit organizations, assessing community needs, and analyzing data. She has past experience working with San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco Court Appointed Special Advocates, Kaiser Permanente Division of Research, and Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services.
As a monitoring and evaluation analyst for GBHI, Yamamoto uses program data to inform continuous improvement and, over time, demonstrate the impact of the organization.
Bio: Stacey Yamamoto holds a Master's of Public Health degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor's of Science degree in public health and medical anthropology/global health from the University of Washington.