M.P.H., Saint Louis University
B.A., Howard University
Alicia Casey-McCall brings expertise in health equity and health disparities, as well as experience addressing social determinants for infectious and chronic diseases. Her experience providing technical assistance focuses on capacity-building for both state government and research grants, in addition to maintaining collaborative relationships across for-profit and nonprofit sectors. She has experience with quality improvement, strategic planning, and project implementation, as well as process and outcome evaluation. Her background also includes applying principles of continuous improvement and Lean philosophies, including root-cause and Pareto analyses, value stream mapping, and problem solving process.
At the Georgia Health Policy Center, Alicia is providing technical assistance to rural communities implementing projects funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy’s (FORHP’s) Outreach grant program. She also develops and delivers learning opportunities for the rural health networks funded through FORHP’s Rural Health Network Development Program.