Rachel Sadlon is the Associate Director of Research and Evaluation at The Center for Health and Helath Care in Schools in the Milken Institute School of Public Health's Department of Prevention and Community Health. Ms. Sadlon is a passionate and experienced public health professional with over 10 years experience in designing, implementing, and evaluating child and adolescent prevention programs and school health services.
Ms. Sadlon has served aws a principal investigator and lead evaluator on research and evaluation activities, applying prevention science, implementation science, and mixed-methods apporaches. A skilled technical assistance provider and porject director for capacity-building, cross-sector collaboration, and systems-change efforts, she has focused her career on helping schools and communities across the U.S. and internationally support the health and well-being of children. Her areas of interest include school health services, school health policy, comprehensive school behavioral health systems, and the social determinants of health.
Previously, she was the project director for the federal Safe Schools/Healthy Students grant program in Middletown, CT. She is a published author; invited presenter at local, state, and national conferences; and is appointed to several national association committees and the editorial advisory board for the Journal of School Health.
Ms. Sadlon is currently a doctoral student in public health (DrPH) at The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Previously, she completed a Graduate Certificate in Health Policy from The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Connecticut, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Science form the University of Connecticut.