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Staff

Jennifer Taylor

Jennifer Taylor, PhD, MPH, CPPS
Director & Principal Investigator, FIRST
jat65@drexel.edu

Dr. Taylor has been trained in the field of injury prevention and control, and uses its principles to address safety issues in healthcare and first responder industries.

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Andrea Davis

Andrea Davis, MPH, CPH
Senior Project Manager, FOCUS
aly25@drexel.edu

Ms. Andrea Davis is the Senior Project Manager for the FIRST Center at the Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health. She oversees the day-to-day operations of the FIRST Center, including all research operations, and serves as the qualitative expert on the team.

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Victoria Gallogly

Victoria Gallogly
Outreach & Communications Coordinator
vhg25@drexel.edu

Ms. Victoria Gallogly is the Outreach and Communications Coordinator for the FIRST Center. She manages and updates the FIRST Center's website, social media, and press, and also assists with day-to-day research activities at the FIRST Center.

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Alexandra Fisher

Alexandra Fisher
Education & Training Coordinator
abt57@drexel.edu

Ms. Alexandra Fisher is the Education & Training Coordinator for the FIRST Center. She leads many of the outreach and communications efforts with departments participating in the FOCUS survey and the RAPID assessment. She also contributes to curriculum development and the evaluation processes at the FIRST Center.

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Ashley Geczik

Ashley Geczik
PhD Student
ag3895@drexel.edu

Ms. Ashley Geczik is a PhD student at the FIRST Center. She has contributed to qualitative research focusing on the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and a quantitative descriptive epidemiology project for the FOCUS survey.

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Liam Romond

Liam Romond
MPH Student
ler97@drexel.edu

Mr. Liam Romond is an MPH student at the FIRST Center. He will be identifying and evaluating the existing de-escalation and violence prevention courses for EMS responders as part of the FIRST Center's violence prevention curriculum contract with the IAFF.

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Madison Raposa

Madison Raposa
PhD Student
mr3594@drexel.edu

Ms. Madison Raposa is a PhD student at the FIRST Center. She has contributed to the development of a violence prevention curriculum for fire-based EMS responders.

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