Monitoring & Evaluation Analyst
I am thrilled to work with a program that is committed to reducing the impact of dementia on a global scale and creating a sustainable network to promote change.
Kailey works with GBHI's Monitoring and Evaluation team to provide ongoing support for the monitoring and learning activities of the Atlantic Fellows program which includes looking at indicators of impact.
Nadine Burke Harris
Kailey is driven to work with a program that is committed to reducing the impact of dementia on a global scale and creating a sustainable network to promote change.
Prior to joining GBHI, Kailey worked in research and evaluation through the creation of survey tools and data management at the Santa Clara County Public Health Department. She has also worked with a community-based organization to assist with nutrition education and data collection.
Kailey Mateo received a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health with minors in Biology and Studio Art from Santa Clara University. Kailey joined the GBHI team as the Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst in January 2019.