William Voinot-Baron is a writer and anthropologist with more than 10 years of qualitative research experience. His research spans mental health, American Indian and Alaska Native sovereignty and self-determination, environmental justice, and homelessness in the United States. He specializes in ethnography, community engagement, and other applied methodologies.
At JBA, Voinot-Baron supports qualitative data analysis and community-engaged research for the Multi-Site Implementation Evaluation of Tribal Home Visiting project.
Prior to joining JBA, Voinot-Baron conducted health equity research at the Center for Health Outcomes and Population Equity at Huntsman Cancer Institute at University of Utah. He also has extensive experience conducting research on health and well-being in a Yupiaq (Yup’ik) village in southwest Alaska. Voinot-Baron received a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.A. in anthropology from Columbia University.