Senior Program Evaluator, U.S.
Rodolfo R. Vega has extensive experience in program evaluation and providing capacity-building services (technical assistance and training) to communities of color across the nation in the areas of behavioral health, substance abuse, HIV, problem gambling, diabetes, and obesity. Rodolfo has helped health departments and community-based organizations translate research into practice and provided technical assistance in service integration strategies, program implementation, and developing evaluation designs. At JSI, Rodolfo has served as evaluator for more than 20 programs. He is president of the board of directors and chair of the Lynn Community Health Center, which serves approximately 40,000 people. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin’s doctoral program in community psychology, and the National Institute of Drug Abuse Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Miami School of Medicine.
Casinos and Gambling in Massachusetts: African-American Perspectives
HIV Testing Among Black and Hispanic Immigrants in the United States
Promising Practices for Latino Outreach and Enrollment: Lessons from Massachusetts Experience
State Policy Recommendations for Increasing Latino Enrollment in Health Insurance Coverage
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Gun Violence Prevention Program Support
Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities (CCR) National Evaluation Center
Chronic Disease Evaluation Project
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Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention to Community-Based Organizations in the U.S. | CBA@JSI
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