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Ellen Luecke

Ellen Luecke

Senior Project Manager


MPH, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California
BS, Biology and Honors Anthropology, University of Notre Dame


Ellen Luecke works within the Women’s Global Health Imperative (WGHI). Her background is in epidemiology and biostatistics, with a focus on sexual and reproductive health. Her research interests include access to contraception and reproductive care, and the prevention of HIV, STIs, and unintended pregnancies. Her experience in project management includes team and resource management, effective meeting facilitation, cross-institution collaboration, developing timelines and benchmarks, creating reports for funding agencies, and management across all levels. In addition to her project management skills, Ms. Luecke has experience managing and analyzing large data sets; contributing to proposal development; writing and designing study protocols, operating procedures, and data management systems; qualitative research methodologies, analysis, and writing; and training and managing research staff.

Based in our San Francisco office, WGHI is conducting groundbreaking research on HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), reproductive health, gender and economic inequities, contraceptive technologies, female-initiated methods of HIV prevention, and community-based interventions among vulnerable populations in low-resource settings.

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