Stacey Yamamoto, MPH

Monitoring and Evaluation Program Manager

There is no limit to the impact this program can have to improve dementia policy, practice, prevention, and perceptions on a global scale. The ripple effects will be endless.

Current Work

Stacey is responsible for collecting and analyzing program data to inform continuous improvement efforts at GBHI while also tracking progress toward organizational goals. Through innovative and participatory evaluation approaches, she is committed to demonstrating the immense impact of the GBHI community.

Words of Strength

Cultivating community through collaboration

Vision

There is no limit to the impact this program can have to improve dementia policy, practice, prevention, and perceptions on a global scale. The ripple effects will be endless

Strategy

Prior to GBHI, Stacey has experience working with mental health service organizations, assessing community needs, building evaluation capacity, and analyzing data. She has worked in the public health field for 12 years with roles in academia, the non-profit sector, SF Department of Public Health, health care networks, and direct patient care.

Motivation

Stacey is inspired by the mission of the Atlantic Institute and the boundless potential of the Atlantic Fellows programs to generate social change and address health disparities in a powerful and impactful way.

Education & Experience

Stacey obtained a Master of Public Health degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science degree in public health (major) and medical anthropology/global health (minor) from the University of Washington.

University of California, Berkeley
Public Health
Master's degree
University of Washington
Public Health (major) and Medical Anthropology/Global Health (minor)
Bachelor of Science degree

Awards & Honors

University of California, San Francisco
Significant employee achievements and contributions
Staff Appreciation and Recognition Plan (STAR) Spot Award