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Anneke Mohr

2011-2013 Cohort

Anneke earned her Master in Public Health and Master in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. During her Fellowship, Anneke worked with the Division of Public Health, AIDS/HIV Program, and the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center. In the AIDS/HIV Program, Anneke worked on the evaluation of Acceptance Journeys, a social marketing campaign that seeks to improve health and reduce HIV by addressing anti-gay and transgender discrimination, and on summarizing and sharing results of Youth Risk Behavior Survey data on sexual minority youth. At the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center, she worked with the Menominee Nation Community Engagement Group by looking at obesity, teen pregnancy, and County Health Rankings data to inform data-driven community action plans. Anneke also conducted an assessment of Tribal environmental health services among the 34 Tribes in the Bemidji-area, and developed a policy scan tool for tribal Community Transformation Grant recipients. Preceptors: Mari Gasiorowicz and Kristin Hill