|Department||GHS - Central Admin|
|Address||550 16th. Street|
San Francisco CA 94158
|University of Arizona, Tucson AZ||MPH||2005||Global Family and Child Health|
|Willamette University, Salem OR||BA||2005||Anthropology and Gender Studies|
|Fulbright||2015||University of Uyo, Nigeria|
|Phi Betta Kappa||2005||Willamette University|
Beth Phillips is a Research Analyst for the SPARQ project in Global Health Sciences. During and since her graduate work at the University of Arizona in Global Family and Child Health, Beth has managed field logistics, data management, and study implementation for numerous multi-site, global health interventions and research programs. She has field-based, program management experience in South Africa, Namibia, Uganda, American Samoa, Navajo Nation, South Sudan, Nigeria, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Of note, Beth managed the guinea worm eradication program in Eastern Region of South Sudan with The Carter Center, and as a Fulbright Scholar, she led a multi-site, cross-sectional evaluation of obstetric fistula treatment services in Nigeria. Beth served with the US Peace Corps Community Health Program in Namibia (2005-2007) and Uganda (2008-2010), where her women’s health activism and commitment to community-based research were strengthened. Most recently, Beth coordinated two RCTS to measure the health and behavioral outcomes associated with comprehensive nutrition programs for low-income adults living with HIV and/or other chronic diseases in the San Francisco and Alameda Counties.