B.A., Georgia State University
Giselle Moses is a research coordinator at the Georgia Health Policy Center. In this role, she works as part of the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health’s research and evaluation team.
Moses’ current projects at the center include evaluation and fidelity monitoring of intensive customized care coordination, school-based mental health, crisis stabilization units and psychiatric residential treatment facilities, as well as evaluation of community-based programs for transition-age youth with first-episode psychosis. She is also assisting on the evaluation of the Health-Law Partnership.
Moses is working towards her master’s of public health at Georgia State University. She also participates in professional-development opportunities on and off campus to enrich her skill set.