Ms. Namestnik is a Clinical Research Coordinator with the Department of Population Health Sciences. She has experience in project coordination, qualitative research methods and analysis, scientific writing, and cross-cultural collaboration. She also has domestic and international public health experience and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cambodia before pursuing her Master’s degree. Her research interests include wellbeing, women’s health, and adolescent health and she is passionate about devising community-engaged, sustainable solutions to promote health equity.
Ms. Namestnik received her Master of Science in Global Health from Duke University and her Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a concentration in Global Health from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.