Terri-Ann Thompson, PhD
Terri-Ann has been working in the field of public health for over ten years. As an Associate at Ibis, she manages a portfolio of mixed methods work that aims to better understand the impact of policies on women’s reproductive health and highlight disparities in sexual health. Presently, she works on projects within the telemedicine and Hyde Amendment portfolios. Terri-Ann is committed to improving health outcomes for historically underrepresented women in domestic and global settings and as such has published and engaged in work that highlights determinants of health disparities relative to race/ethnicity, age, and sex. Prior to joining Ibis, Terri-Ann worked for Yale University School of Medicine (YSM) directing the coordinating center for the Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network (ECHORN). ECHORN is a global health disparities study in the eastern Caribbean focused on identifying risk factors for non-communicable diseases. Terri-Ann also directed operations at the Equity Research and Innovation Center at YSM. Terri-Ann received her PhD from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2011.