Michelle Anderson, Ph.D.

Program Manager
Staff

Dr. Michelle Anderson holds a doctorate from The Ohio State University in clinical psychology with minor in quantitative psychology. She has taught at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles California, and completed a post-doc at Wake Forest University. Prior to coming back to OSU to serve as program manager at the AAAS CEC in December, 2015, Dr. Anderson was engaged in research and community programming in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Anderson is skilled in statistics, and experienced in program evaluation, action research, and clinical trials studies. She specializes is in conducting large-scale needs assessments and community-wide surveys, focus groups, key informant interviews, case studies, archival data reviews, and community engagement-feedback. Dr. Anderson has worked on projects addressing issues relevant to criminal justice, community safety and wellness, organizational well-being, and the intersection on race, ethnicity and class on health and mental health outcomes. She has scholarly publications in the areas of Black Psychology and the study of personality and treatment services for

incarcerated women.

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Community Extension Center
905 Mt. Vernon Avenue
Columbus, OH 42303