Grace Castillo, MPH, is a program associate in the Office of the President and CEO at the de Beaumont Foundation. She is particularly interested in health communications, public health infrastructure, and non-communicable diseases.
Before starting her current role, Grace worked for the Equity Research and Innovation Center (ERIC) as a student research intern. While at ERIC, she supported a manuscript project documenting a collaborative steering committee’s history. She also contributed to a guidebook for researchers interested in beginning community-based participatory research (CBPR).
Grace graduated from the Yale School of Public Health’s Chronic Disease Epidemiology Department with a Certificate in Regulatory Affairs. While completing her Master of Public Health, Grace interned with the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), where she worked with the Research Infrastructure team.
Grace earned her BA in English from Yale University.