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- Health equity
- Social determinants of health
- Infant and maternal health care
- Human Services
- Early Childhood
- Family Support
Whitney Ajibola is a program analyst in the Human Services Division whose work at Mathematica spans early childhood care and education, maternal and child home visiting programs, and sexual health education for specific youth populations. She is currently supporting a project funded by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to identify opportunities for federal agencies to facilitate better cross-sector collaboration at the local level to reduce inefficiencies in social services programs and ultimately increase economic mobility and well-being for children and families.
Before joining Mathematica, Ajibola was a program assistant and coordinator at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. There, she helped coordinate, manage, implement, and evaluate a program for undergraduate students, funded by a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention grant, that seeks to increase interest in and knowledge of public health and biomedical science careers.
She has a B.S. in public health from Temple University and a M.P.H. from City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy.
Models of Coordination and Technical Assistance to Achieve Outcomes in Communities
For the Models of Coordination and Technical Assistance to Achieve Outcomes in Communities project, Mathematica will partner with ASPE to explore several dimensions of federal-to-local efforts for cross-sector social service coordination.