Leah Jamison

Health Policy Analyst


BS, Biochemistry, North Carolina State University
MPH, Colorado State University


Leah Jamison (she/her) is a Health Policy Analyst at RTI International. She performs quantitative data analysis, and constructs models to demonstrate the economic viability of public health investments in various countries, contexts, and settings. Her modeling work has mobilized peer-reviewed literature on topics such as adolescent mental health, road traffic safety, and neglected tropical diseases.

Ms. Jamison comes to RTI from Kimetrica LLC, where she worked as a Research Associate on a Blue Skies research initiative, lending her skills in model building and data management to develop a disaster response API system. She simultaneously led a cost-effectiveness analysis of UNICEF malnutrition interventions in five high-risk countries.

She completed her practicum internship with New Leaf Nutrition Counseling wherein she conducted a systematic review of recent developments in human gut metabolomics literature. Ms. Jamison’s previous work in food bioprocessing with Videri Chocolate Factory in Raleigh, N.C., was recognized and awarded for outstanding research by Sigma Xi.