Sonya Dublin, M.P.H., M.S.W.

Course:

Program Planning, Development, and Evaluation | PH W205

Education:

  • M.P.H., M.S.W., University of California, Berkeley
  • B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies (Highest Honors), University of California, Berkeley

Research Interests:

  • Integration of structural-level interventions in prevention programs
  • Capacity building for public health workforce development
  • Participatory and empowerment methods in program planning and evaluation
  • Systems approaches to evaluation and quality improvement
  • HIV and reproductive health justice

Current Projects:

High-Impact HIV Prevention (HIP) in Healthcare: Evaluation of a national-capacity building initiative funded through the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) and implemented by the Primary Care Development Corporation to integrate HIV prevention and treatment into primary care and increasing health care providers’ capacity to implement High-Impact HIV Prevention.

Organizing to Advance Solutions in the Sahel (OASIS) and the Sahel Leadership Program: Capacity building and evaluation of the OASIS Initiative and the SLP, projects of the Bixby Center for Population, Health and Sustainability and the College of Natural Resources at the University of California, Berkeley. OASIS/SLP aims to build the local leadership necessary to implement effective interventions at scale throughout the Sahel.

Workforce and Organizational Development: Trainings and facilitation of organizational development for public health professionals. Training topics include program management and leadership, program evaluation and data analysis, and implementing evidence-based interventions. A small solo-practitioner consulting practice supports increased capacity of organizations to develop and implement effective public health interventions.