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Colleen Desmond

Colleen Desmond

Keller Fellow

As Interact for Health’s Keller Fellow, Colleen Desmond works on our Community Research Program, including our health status surveys, and with our Innovation and Learning team. Colleen also provides evaluation support to Interact’s school-based health center team.

Colleen has a Bachelor of Arts in biology from Thomas More College and a master's in public health with a concentration in biostatistics from the University of Cincinnati. Previously, she spent three years as a high school science teacher in Northern Kentucky. Colleen is a proud native of Greater Cincinnati and enjoys the outdoors, cooking and cheering on the Bengals through thick and thin.

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