B.A., Vanderbilt University
Chidinma Ogojiaku is a research coordinator I within the Georgia Health Policy Center’s Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health. She works on both workforce development and research and evaluation.
Ogojiaku’s current projects include the Georgia Apex Program, a partnership between community-based mental health providers and local schools to provide school-based mental health services. She supports the project by providing evaluation technical assistance and qualitative data analysis.
She also works on the Georgia Beck Initiative, which aims to disseminate Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) training and consultation throughout the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities’ provider network. For the Beck Initiative, Ogojiaku evaluates CT-R training and supports the elite trainers in their ongoing consultation with providers.