Jill Fromewick, ScD
Jill Fromewick, Sc.D.
With 20+ years of experience at the intersection of research, program evaluation, and user experience (UX), Jill Fromewick, Sc.D. places equal value on scientific rigor and leading feasible, actionable research that will be used to advance health for all. She is guided by a fierce commitment to advancing health and equity, aims to drive research that improves processes and strengthens impact, and is passionate about translational research and conducting "research for users' sake".
As a social epidemiologist by training, and an applied researcher/evaluator by practice, she maintains a dual focus on quantitative and qualitative methods. She is passionate about the practical application of research findings and the translation of research into materials for diverse audiences, and have presented and published research in academic journals, at professional conferences and in various formats for practitioners and the public.
2016-Present Asheville City Schools Foundation, Board Member
2016-Present Isaac Dickson Elementary School, Racial Equity Action Team Member
2013-Present Seed Programs International, Board Member
2008-2014 Asheville-Buncombe Institute for Parity Achievement (ABIPA), Board Vice President (2012),
Advocacy Committee Chair (2011-12), Board Member (2008-11)
2008-2012 Asheville-Buncombe Community Relations Council (ABCRC), Board Member
ScD, Public Health, Harvard School of Public Health, 2008
MS, Public Health, Harvard School of Public Health, 2001
BA, Sociology, Emory University, 1997