MPH, 2008, Emory University
B.S., 2005, University of Portland, Biology
B.A., 2005, University of Portland, Spanish
Lisa Dickman-Jackson is a Training Specialist at the National SafeCare Training and Research Center (NSTRC), where she is responsible for training domestic and international professionals on the SafeCare curriculum. She trains SafeCare Providers and Coaches and provides overall support to the organizations who implement SafeCare curriculum. In addition, she has helped revise the SafeCare Provider curriculum and Workshop.
Prior to joining NSTRC, Lisa worked with The Carter Center, Peace Corps–The Gambia, The Center for Global Safe Water, Messengers for Health, and the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. She has a strong training background covering a variety of public health subjects, including prevention of trachoma, HIV, cervical cancer, and food and waterborne disease.
Lisa has a Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in global health from Emory University, a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from the University of Portland. Her graduate thesis focused on how to make a more girl-friendly latrine for primary students in Kenya. Her bachelor’s thesis studied factors that promoted the spread of HIV among adolescent girls in Uganda.