M.S.W., Clark Atlanta University
B.A., Wilberforce University
Natasha Worthy is a senior research associate with the Georgia Health Policy Center’s Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health team. She brings years of experience in nonprofit and public health social service programing and leadership. Her areas of expertise include maternal and child health, home visiting, collective impact and coalition development, and program management and implementation.
Worthy is currently managing Georgia Health Policy Center’s work with the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Student, Teachers and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Program.