Tasseli McKay

Social Science Researcher, Center for Justice, Safety & Resilience

Tasseli McKay

Education

  • MPH, Health Behavior, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • BA, American Studies, Yale University

Tasseli McKay is a social science researcher with more than a decade of experience in public health research. Ms. McKay’s research examines intimate partner violence in marginalized communities; couple and family relationships in the context of justice system involvement; and strategies for improving health coverage and access to care among justice-involved persons. She has extensive experience in study design and instrument development; qualitative and quantitative analysis; and dissemination of findings through articles, issue briefs, technical reports, and presentations.