Stacy Vogan, MPH, has more than 25 years of national and international experience in public health focusing on HIV and STD prevention and care, program development and implementation, evaluation design and analysis, and strategic planning. She currently leads the evaluation of CAPTC’s federal, local, and global funded initiatives to ensure its programs are responding to key community needs, stakeholder priorities, and health outcome data. Additionally, Stacy has developed and delivered numerous curricula and professional trainings encompassing such topics as program monitoring and evaluation, transformative learning and group development, bridging gaps between research and practice, program planning, and advanced facilitation.
Stacy has provided individual consulting with community-based organizations and international agencies and served as co-chair on the National Network of Prevention Training Centers Evaluation Committee. She has taught on-line graduate level courses at San Jose State University, UCSF, and presented her work at multiple national and international conferences. She holds a strong belief in developing sustainable practices and skills that build from the strengths inherent in an individual, agency, and/or community. Stacy is committed to bringing community knowledge and insight to the forefront of public health planning to create effective and sustainable implementation strategies, inform research that translates back into useful community practices, and build relationships to collaboratively address disparities and promote health equity.