Salomé Araya
Evidence and Implementation Associate
(202) 266-3036

Background & Bio
Salomé Araya is an Associate on AMCHP’s Evidence and Implementation team. Salomé graduated from Davidson College in 2019, with a Bachelors of Arts in Africana Studies, and Public Health. After graduating from Davidson, Salomé interned with Black Mamas Matter Alliance where she developed and implemented a communications strategy using social media. Her maternal health passion involves centering and examining the current trends in Black Maternal Health in the U.S., and being a Certified Birth Doula. Salomé comes to AMCHP with a strong background in research, health communications, and program evaluation.

My Current Work
At AMCHP, Salome supports the processes of the MCH Innovations Database Fall and Spring reviews. She is passionate about applying a holistic evidence-based lens to MCH research, that encompasses the work of MCH professionals, community-based organizations, and birthworkers. Her interests include implementation science, health equity, birthing rights, and reproductive justice.

Ask Me About
Implementation Science, Innovation Hub, MCH Innovations Database, Fall and Spring Reviews, Technical Assistance/Support, Health Equity, Birthing Rights, Doulas