Kelley Pascoe, MSW, MPH

Graduate Research Assistant, Outreach, Recruitment, and Engagement Core, ADRC

Kelley is learning about sustaining community participation and leadership in research beyond the initial recruitment or idea generation. She is interested in barriers and facilitators to participation (in programming or research) and best practices to promote facilitators and mitigate barriers. She is also excited to learn more about research in Alzheimer’s and related disorders as she is new to this area of research. Previously, Kelley worked as a research coordinator in the Improving Prevention through Action (IMPACT) Lab at Washington State University. She actively engaged in translational research and the real-world practice of prevention, helping to explore mechanisms behind the adaptation, implementation, and sustainment of culturally relevant evidence-based programs and policies. Outside of work, Kelley is usually trail running, backpacking, hiking, rafting, and skiing.