Brittany Thompson, MPH, CHES
Brittany Thompson is skilled in literature review, data collection and analysis, qualitative and quantitative research, survey methodology, and interviewing. She uses these skills to support a wide range of HMA colleagues and projects.
Prior to joining HMA, Brittany was a research assistant to two faculty members at Ohio State University. In this role she worked on a variety of projects including policy evaluation for the assessment of a food environment on campus and conducting informational interviews with homeless youth to craft a tailored approach to smoking cessation.
While working for the OhioHealth Research and Innovation Institute, in the office of Health Equity Services, she worked side by side with community health workers to revamp a culturally-informed educational session designed to increase mammography rates among Amish and Mennonite women in the state.
In addition to earning a Master of Public Health in health behavior and health promotion at Ohio State University, she has a bachelor’s degree in human development and family sciences from Oregon State University. She is also a certified community health education specialist.
When she’s not working, Brittany can be found hanging out with her partner, Ryan and their 15-year-old Siamese cat, Hellsinky. She also enjoys crafting, reading and baking.