Emma Dewhurst

Program and Research Associate

Emma Dewhurst, MPP, is a Program and Research Associate at the de Beaumont Foundation. At the Foundation, her work focuses on an array of evaluation, research, and program efforts, including supporting work in the communications and partnerships portfolios. Emma also leads the public opinion research at the Foundation and further supports research through her work on the Public Health Communications Collaborative (PHCC).

Emma earned her MPP with a concentration in program evaluation and policy analysis from the George Washington University Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. While in graduate school, Emma worked as a Senior Research Assistant for the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity, where she worked primarily on healthcare workforce well-being and reproductive health workforce initiatives. While at Mullan Institute, Emma also served as a Project Coordinator for the Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Technical Assistance Center, a program focused on mitigating the drivers and effects of burnout and moral injury among the health and public safety workforce. Here, Emma supported the creation of a new national framework for addressing burnout and moral injury in the health and public safety workforce. Before moving to the DC area, Emma was a program coordinator and case manager for a social services and workforce development nonprofit in Cincinnati, Ohio. Emma holds a BA in political science and a minor in economics from the University of Cincinnati.

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