M.P.H., Georgia State University
B.S., Clayton State University
Torrian Percy is a research associate at the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC). Torrian’s interests are related to serious mental illness among underserved populations and population health. Her professional experience includes behavioral health direct services and qualitative and quantitative data management.
Percy supports the collection, management, and analysis of qualitative and secondary data; coordinates events; and prepares and disseminates project documents and communication with the center’s clients. As a graduate research assistant at GHPC she supported the center’s Healthy Homes for Healthy Futures project, assisting with literature reviews, document summaries, and data collection. In her current role, Percy supports GHPC’s population and global health team, assisting with community health needs assessments and the Legislative Health Policy Certificate Program.