Senior Manager, Public Health
- DrPH, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
- MPH, Urban and Environmental Health, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Public Health
- BA, English, Johns Hopkins University
LaShawn Glasgow is an evaluator and senior manager in RTI’s Social and Health Organizational Research and Evaluation Program and the director of RTI’s Atlanta office. She leads and supports evaluations of public health projects designed to prevent and control chronic disease and address health disparities. Dr. Glasgow also leads evaluation capacity building projects with public health organizations.
As the project director for our Technical and Management Support for Health Promotion Activities (TAMS) IDIQ contract, Dr. Glasgow provides quality assurance oversight for multiple evaluation task orders with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). She is currently developing evaluation technical assistance (TA) tools related to eliminating health disparities for CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health and leading an evaluation of training and TA for CDC’s Division of Community Health. Dr. Glasgow is also leading evaluation planning and indicators development with the Kansas Health Foundation.
Prior to joining RTI in 2008, Dr. Glasgow held program evaluation positions with the CDC in Atlanta, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and community-based public health organizations.