Evaluation and Research Officer

Evaluation and Research Officer

Kelley Adcock coordinates Interact for Health's grantmaking and organizational evaluation and learning. Interact for Health uses evaluation to understand the impact of its work in the community; to facilitate continuous learning and improvement with its staff, grantees, partners and the community; and to capture information that helps tell its story. Kelley was formerly an Evaluation Associate at Interact for Health.

Kelley previously worked as a project specialist for the Children’s Hospitals’ Solutions for Patient Safety project at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She has also worked as a senior policy and advocacy assistant at the global health nonprofit PATH and as a program coordinator at the American Bar Association’s Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence in Washington, D.C.

In 2016, Kelley was named a YWCA Rising Star. She received the Public Health Practitioner’s Choice Award at the 2015 Ohio Public Health Combined Conference for her poster presentation.

Kelley holds a master's degree in public health from the University of Cincinnati. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Xavier University.

In her free time Kelley enjoys exploring Cincinnati’s parks, running and traveling with her husband.

Phone: 513-458-6617
Email: kadcock@interactforhealth.org

Download a printable version of Kelley Adcock's bio here.



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