Kelsey Arnold is currently a UIC graduate student in the social work and public health joint degree program. She is specializing in epidemiology and organization and community practice. She has previously done research in the relationship between incarceration and food insecurity as well as disability inclusion in health education programming.
Katherine Boss is an epidemiologist who earned her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has worked on a number of studies for the Center involving populations with serious mental illness in Chicago. She has previously experience in rural health disparities, global health, and data analysis.
Claudia Cortez received her BA in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She currently works as a Research Associate at the Center on Mental Health Services Research and Policy. She has previously assisted in research at the UIC Exercise Psychology Laboratory and the TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health.