Eva Roca, MHS, PhD
Implementation Research Advisor

Eva Roca, MHS, PhD, is a researcher with over 20 years of experience doing program-relevant research around the world. She has expertise in adolescent health, gender norms and analysis, mental health, migration, sexual and reproductive health, HIV, and child, early and forced marriage. She has experience with qualitative, participatory, and statistical methods including multilevel modeling and GIS. She has collaborated with partners around the world to develop and refine context-specific, evidence-informed programs for adolescent girls. Eva has worked with a range of organizations including the Population Council, UNICEF, the International Center for Research on Women, and has also served as a consultant in philanthropy. She holds a PhD from New York University and a MHS from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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