Amanda Audette is a Research Associate IV at CORE for the Quality Measurement (QM) team. Prior to joining CORE she interned at the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center of the Lower Naugatuck Valley, where she worked to combat poor nutrition and obesity with community-based participatory research. During her undergraduate studies, she traveled to Guatemala to examine health traditions and barriers to health care among Mayan and Ladino populations. Since then, she has traveled to Nigeria to support a Medical and Surgical Outreach clinic. Ms. Audette earned her Bachelors of Science in Public Health and Masters of Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University.
Education & Training
- MPHSouthern Connecticut State University, Public Health
- BSSouthern Connecticut State University, Public Health