Meet The Research Analyst

Rashon Braxton

Rashon Braxton has a Master’s of Public Health degree with a concentration in Community Health and Disease Prevention from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She has six years of experience working as a researcher and program evaluator. Prior to joining the Key Center team, she worked as the Impact Manager at Sharing Life Community Outreach where she developed public health programs, managed daily operations in client services, and analyzed the organization’s outcome data. In addition, she served as the Data Analyst on a randomized controlled trial at Case Western researching multigenerational homes and grandparent stress interventions. Her work and findings in qualitative data research and methods contributed to publications and a presentation at the Midwest Nursing Research Conference. 

In her current role as the Research Analyst, she works to measure and analyze outcome data, develop evaluation tools, and share her public health experience to guide public health policies at the center. She is passionate about research and the impact it has on life around us. 

Rashon grew up in Boston, Massachusetts but currently lives in Dallas.

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