M.P.H., Georgia Southern University
B.S., Georgia State University
Kendrick King serves as a research associate II in the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health within the Georgia Health Policy Center. His interests are in mental health, health equity, community health, and health disparities among low socioeconomic groups.
King brings with him experiences in data collection, qualitative and quantitative research, policy evaluation, and community engagement. He is using these skills to support the Georgia Beck Initiative and the Listening, Inspiring, and Guiding Healthy Transitions Early Treatment Program.