Sociometrics is the world leader in behavioral and social science-based materials for health researchers, professionals, and educators. The company was founded in 1983 by Josefina J. Card, PhD. Over the last 3 decades, Sociometrics has received $50M in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to translate the latest behavioral and social science research findings into products that improve health and healthcare delivery.
In close cooperation with the National Institutes of Health over the past three decades, Sociometrics has become the leading online provider of evidence-based curricula, professional development courses, and datasets for health professionals, educators and patients. Our products address key wellness drivers including sexual and reproductive health, HIV-awareness, mental hygiene, intimate partner violence, and substance abuse.
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• Former CEO/Founder of SF-based mobile commerce startup, Briefly
• Brand Strategy at Dropbox & Path
• 4 years, Innovation Strategy, IDEO
• MBA & MS Engineering, Stanford
Research Scientist & Director of Partnerships
• Director on many NIH-funded studies
• Clinical psychologist with over 10 peer-reviewed publications and evidence-based curricula
• Ph.D. & MA, Clinical Psychology, Duke; MS Society, Human Development, & Health, Harvard
Senior Technical Associate
• 15+ years experience in programming
• Expert in Computational Linguistics, Data Science, Language Teaching, System Administration, Technical Writing, Translation
• BA, Classics, UC Berkeley
Senior Research Scientist
• 17+ years conducting evaluation studies and R&D projects
• Youth sexual and reproductive health, maternal and child health, and healthcare workforce development
• Ph.D., Linguistics, Stanford
• Started career in QA before transitioning to project management
• Experienced project manager in several web and mobile technologies, including RoR, iOS, and Android
• Extensive knowledge & experience in Agile & Prince2 methodologies/processes