Alexander Rabre is a Research Public Health Analyst at RTI serving as a leading analyst for several projects. He currently serves as the Team Analyst for Environmental Scans for the Child Mind Institute (CMI). For CMI, he brings his experience in focus group moderation for diverse audiences to the forefront by working with Spanish-speaking families, families of low socioeconomic status and families in geographically isolated areas. Mr. Rabre serves as a Focus Group Moderator and Qualitative Data Analyst for a Randomized Evaluation of a Comprehensive, Whole-School Intervention, where he evaluates the implementation, cost and outcomes of integrated interventions. He also is a State Team Analyst for Substance User Disorder Demonstrations offering federal meta-analysis support and works as a Grantee Liaison for the HEALTHY KIDS Outreach and Enrollment Cooperative Agreements Program, funded by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Mr. Rabre brings expertise in providing translational services of digital and print media and leading qualitative research and analysis through the use of Excel matrices and Nvivo reports. He is fluent in programming in Stata, Crimson Hexagon and Nvivo.
Before joining RTI in 2015, Mr. Rabre served as an Assistant Project Officer and National Synar Program Coordinator with the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Division of State Programs. In this role, he offered technical and training support to various stakeholders across multiple jurisdictional levels.