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Mallory A. Stasko, MPH, CHES

Project Manager, Health Communication & Planning

Phone: 404-831-8187



Mallory Stasko is a Manager for Health Communication & Planning with the Emory Centers for Training and Technical Assistance. In this role she facilitates peer-to-peer collaboration through webinars and online learning communities. Her responsibilities also include planning, delivering, and evaluating distance learning and in-person trainings for public health professionals, as well as developing marketing and communication tools. Mallory specializes in the use of technology for behavior change, and has developed messages for a mobile phone app (myArogya) and text messages for diabetes prevention in India (mDiabetes) in collaboration with Arogya World. 

Mallory is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and earned a BA in Health Promotion and Psychology from Purdue University and a Master of Public Health from Emory University. Mallory first joined the Emory Centers in 2010 working with the Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Center (DTTAC). Upon relocating to Kentucky in early 2014, she worked for the University of Kentucky’s Student Health Service where she did strategic planning, campus coalition building, and created health promotion programs for college students. Mallory returned to the Emory Centers in late 2015 to focus once again on public health at the national level. Mallory lives in Denver, Colorado and enjoys cooking, traveling, hiking, and skiing.