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- Advanced data analytics
- Causal inference
- Data visualization
- Behavioral economics and program design
- Population Health
Marisa Henry is a data analytics developer at Mathematica with a background in environmental engineering, applied statistics, and economics. In this role, she develops analyses to support the implementation of health programs and policies, creates data visualizations to clearly communicate insights from large data sources and analyses, and interprets and communicates technical results for a variety of audiences.
Before joining Mathematica, Henry worked as a research analyst at John Hopkins University, where she designed and implemented field experiments to estimate the effect of social comparisons on compliance behavior of U.S. wastewater dischargers. She also previously served as a research analyst at the University of Cambridge, where she used data to estimate the causal effect of electronic home energy reports on residential electricity consumption, and was a project manager at Purdue University, where she partnered with an interdisciplinary team of anthropologists, engineers, and hydrologists to improve water access in Tanzania.
Henry holds a master of science in engineering, applied mathematics, and statistics from John Hopkins University; a master of philosophy in engineering for sustainable development from the University of Cambridge, where she was a Gates Cambridge Scholar; and a bachelor of science in environmental and ecological engineering from Purdue University.