Carolyn Mayer, Mph
Carolyn Mayer is public health professional with experience in youth-based program planning, community-based research, and program measurement & evaluation. She received her Master of Public Health degree in Population and Family Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and was awarded a Huo Fellowship for research on intergenerational adverse childhood experiences. Carolyn has served as an interprofessional educator for the Columbia University Medical Center, developed youth-oriented health programs for NYC-based community organizations, and, just before joining EndoFound, worked as a health data specialist for New Jersey’s infectious disease department. She is committed to building impactful, methodologically-sound endometriosis education and awareness programs that change public perception of the disease.