Caitlin Trucksess Howley has a decade of experience working in academic and applied research settings conducting community-based participatory research and mixed methods research partnering with American Indian and Alaska Native communities and programs. Her areas of expertise include community engagement, community-based participatory research, qualitative data collection and analysis, and project management.
Prior to joining JBA, Howley worked on grants focused on early childhood developmental screening, substance use prevention, mobile health and technology, education and mentoring, and qualitative research. Most recently, she was a senior research assistant at the Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health at the University of Colorado.
Howley received an M.P.H. at the Colorado School of Public Health in Aurora, CO. She has also studied cultural and medical anthropology.