Danielle Lambert is the project director for the Pregnancy Resource Center Evaluation.
Lambert is a doctoral candidate within the Health Promotion and Behavior department housed within The University of Georgia’s College of Public Health. She received her Master of Public Health from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health in 2013 and has nine years of experience working on sexual risk reduction interventions for women, adolescents and vulnerable populations. As a project coordinator and data analyst for multiple federally funded health initiatives, Lambert has dedicated her career to date on building collaborative community partnerships to address structural barriers to accessing quality sexual health related care, especially among marginalized populations. Her dissertation research focuses on understanding access to sexual and reproductive health services and behaviors among adolescents in Southern metropolitan areas. Lambert’s areas of expertise include mixed methods research design, data collection and management, innovative technology use, and data analysis.