Global Health Data Analyst, Engineer
Kayla Stankevitz, MSc, is a Research Associate in the Health Services Research division of FHI 360. With a background in global health research and biomedical engineering, she works to use technology and mobile devices to advance health programs and aid in research. Kayla serves as a data anlayst on the FHI 360 UAV team, lead quantitative data analyst under the Optimizing Prevention Technology Introduction on Schedule (OPTIONS) project, and is a thought leader under the Research and Evaluation Strategic Initiative.
Prior to joining FHI 360, Kayla served as a Sustainability Adviser at the US Agency for International Development (USAID). In that role, she analyzed and visualized data on sustability of USAID programs to aid in decision making. Throughout her career Kayla has held data analyst positions in the not-for-profit, private, and government sectors and has extensive experience conducting rigorous research and evaluation projects. She has a Bachelors of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters of Science degree in Global Health from Duke University.