Rebecca Pepe, MPH worked as Research Assistant at Esteem Research Group from 2014 to 2016 while pursuing her Masters of Public Health in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Division of Chronic Disease Epidemiology. She is now a Clinical Research Coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania. Her main research seeks to understand how income inequality in stigmatized populations is related to mental and physical health outcomes. Additionally, she is interested in psychological traits and communication styles in health industry leaders that affect workplace culture and performance. Currently, Ms. Pepe works at the Global Health Leadership Institute on Leadership Saves Lives, a three-year intervention examining how hospital organizational culture reduces Acute Myocardial Infarction mortality in patients. She graduated from Binghamton University gaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Anthropology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Education & Training
- MPHYale School of Public Health (2016)