Lillian is a Senior Associate with more than nine years of public health experience on various research and evaluation projects.
A large majority of her work has been focused on evaluating public health programs and policies in diverse settings. She has experience in multiple health topic areas including chronic disease prevention and management, HIV, adolescent health, health equity and disparities, clinical-community linkages, nutrition, physical activity, tobacco, coalition capacity building, and childhood development. In these roles Lillian has designed evaluations; developed survey tools; conducted site visits; collected, managed, and analyzed both quantitative and qualitative data; delivered group trainings and technical assistance; conducted literature reviews; and written and disseminated reports and presentations for various audiences. She regularly works closely with implementing partners; community members; and government, foundation, and non-profit clients.
Ms. Madrigal has a Master of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She is currently pursuing her PhD at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health in the Behavioral Science and Health Education department.