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Graduate Research Assistants



Emory Centers employs talented students who contribute to our work as they complete their graduate education.

tacenters-logo-imageAmma Boakye

Amma is a graduate research assistant at Emory Centers and a first year Masters candidate at the Rollins School of Public Health. She creates program evaluations and executes the Emory Centers communications strategies for DTTAC, TTTAC, and Common Ground. Amma graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received two bachelor degrees in Public Policy and Global Health. Due to her interests in policy, community based research, and chronic disease prevention, Amma knew she wanted to pursue a career in public health. Amma loves to dance, sing, and read novels in her leisure time.