Cheryl L. Clark, DrPH, RHIA
Associate Director, Epidemiology, Evaluation, & Metrics
(202) 266-3053

Background & Bio
Dr. Clark has more than 20 years of progressive experience in state government and public health fields. She has been employed at the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) since 2016. As the Associate Director of Epidemiology, Evaluation, & Metrics, she provides leadership for AMCHP’s internal/external equity operational platforms and metrics as well as implementation, technical assistance, and consultation on epidemiology, data, and evaluation for members, external partners, and fellow staff. In prior positions, she has served as a senior-level epidemiology consultant, manager of applied epidemiology units, federal/state grant manager, lead program evaluator, informatics consultant, and lead epidemiologist on state child and maternal death review committees housed at the Florida Department of Health. Currently, she is co-leading AMCHP on its organizational road to ensure equity in all internal and external operations by serving as a co-chair and a liaison to internal and external equity committees.

Dr. Clark has a BS in Health Information Management Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, an MPH in Community Health Education from the University of South Florida, and attained her Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) in Epidemiology & Biostatistics at Florida A & M. She is a long-time Registered Health Information Management Administrator (RHIA) with a BS in Health Information Management Administration.

My Current Work
Lead equity and applied epidemiology/evaluation work team; facilitate the development and infrastructure of an association-wide equity roadmap; organizational metrics and tracking; provision of applied epidemiology and evaluation technical assistance to Title V MCH programs; grant management; staff liaison for AMCHP Health Equity Committee; and co-chair of AMCHP Internal Equity Committee.

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MCH Epidemiology, Social Epidemiology, Evaluation, Metrics