Roopa Seshadri, PhD, AM, Contributing Writer
Roopa Seshadri, PhD, AM is a quantitative health and social scientist whose work focuses on the impact of human services programs and policies on health and wellbeing outcomes in at-risk and underserved populations. She currently consults on social impact planning, evidence-informed strategy and helping organizations towards a learning culture. She has a PhD in Applied Statistics and a Masters in Public Policy. She has also spent over a decade in pediatric clinical research, covering clinical trials and community participatory research. Roopa grew up in India and moved to the US as a young adult. She also travels, plays word games, gardens, and watches British crime dramas.