Carly Dunn has more than 10 years of experience in public health and behavioral health research focusing on translational science and evaluation, most notably in partnership with rural tribal communities and organizations. Her skills include designing and implementing community-based program planning and evaluation, providing technical assistance on research design and implementation, and communicating and disseminating findings to diverse audiences.
At JBA, Dunn works on several projects, including the Identification and Care of Children With Prenatal Alcohol and Other Drug Exposures: Prevention Strategies; Technical Assistance on Evaluation for Discretionary Grants Programs; and Center for Indigenous Research Collaborations and Learning for Home Visiting.
Prior to joining JBA, Dunn was a public health faculty member at Oklahoma State University, where she also supported the American Indian Research Group and Center for Family Resilience. She previously led a statewide trauma-informed training consortium. She continues to serve on the Oklahoma Indian Child Welfare Act Post Adjudication Review Board.
Dunn received an M.P.H. from Oklahoma State University, where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in human development and family science.