Nicole Cournoyer, MPH
Nicole Cournoyer, Evaluation and Research Associate, has more than 15 years of experience implementing and evaluating public health programs. She has expertise in grant management, program management, and qualitative and quantitative research methods. She has worked with clinicians, nonprofit, and government organizations to design and implement programs, evaluations, and human subject research at single or multi-site locations within clinical and community settings.
She has played a key role in public health projects funded by foundations and state and federal agencies. Her work has allowed her to engage with key local, national, and international stakeholders for various social determinants of health (health equity), disease-specific, and healthcare transformation (population health, including strategic partnering approaches) focus areas. With published work in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at professional meetings.
She has held various positions at a large healthcare system, national and international associations, and in traditional and non-tradition educational venues. She holds a Master’s in Public Health with a focus on Epidemiology from the University of New England and a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education with concentrations in Nutrition, Physical Fitness, Athletic Coaching, and Child and Adolescent Health Education from the University of Maine at Farmington.