PRAMS Working Group Representatives

Representatives Listed By State

Alabama—Tammie Yelldell, MPH

Alaska—Kathy Perham-Hester, MS, MPH

Arizona – Enid Quintana-Torres, MPH

Arkansas— Letitia de Graft-Johnson, DrPH, MHSA

Colorado—Ashley Juhl, MSPH

Connecticut—Jennifer Morin, MPH

Delaware—George Yocher, MS

Florida—Tara Hylton, MPH

Georgia—Florence A. Kanu, PhD, MPH

Hawaii—Matt Shim, PhD, MPH

Illinois— Julie Doetsch, MA

Indiana – Brittany Reynolds, MPH

Iowa—Jennifer Pham

Kentucky—Tracey D. Jewell, MPH

Louisiana—Rosaria Trichilo, MPH

Maine—Tom Patenaude, MPH

Maryland—Laurie Kettinger, MS

Massachusetts—Hafsatou Diop, MD, MPH

Michigan—Peterson Haak

Minnesota—Mira Grice Sheff, PhD, MS

Mississippi—Brenda Hughes, MPPA

Missouri—Venkata Garikapaty, PhD

Montana—Emily Healy, MS

Nebraska—Jessica Seberger

New Hampshire—David J. Laflamme, PhD, MPH

New Jersey—Sharon Smith Cooley, MPH

New Mexico—Sarah Schrock, MPH

New York State—Anne Radigan

New York City— Lauren Birnie, MPH

North Carolina—Kathleen Jones-Vessey, MS

North Dakota— Grace Njau, MPH

Oklahoma—Ayesha Lampkins, MPH, CHES

Oregon— Cate Wilcox, MPH

Pennsylvania—Sara Thuma, MPH

Puerto Rico – Wanda Hernandez, MPH

Rhode Island—Karine Tolentino Monteiro, MPH

South Carolina— Harley T. Davis, PhD, MPSH

South Dakota – Maggie Minett

Texas—Tanya Guthrie, PhD

Tennessee—Ransom Wyse, MPH, CPH

Utah—Nicole Stone, MPH

Vermont—Peggy Brozicevic

Virginia—Kenesha Smith, PhD, MSPH

Washington—Linda Lohdefinck

West Virginia—Melissa Baker, MA

Wisconsin—Fiona Weeks, MSPH

Wyoming—Lorie Chesnut, PhD

CDC PRAMS Team, Women’s Health and Fertility Branch, Division of Reproductive Health

May 2019

Page last reviewed: July 11, 2019