Social Science Researcher in Arizona
Alexis has an educational background in public health, applied indigenous health studies (B.S. 2012) and library and information science (M.A. 2014) and is currently a PhD student in American Indian Studies and Public Health (2018). Alexis has worked as a research specialist on a sexual violence prevention grant and has completed two internships; one with the Native American Cancer Partnership and one focusing on community based participatory research. Her research areas of interest include: sexual violence prevention, domestic violence prevention, trauma and resilience, violence policy, violence advocacy, criminal justice reform, program evaluation, health literacy, health information and reference material retrieval, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives health issues..