Emily Lemon, MPH
Program Associate, CHAMPS
Emily Lemon, MPH, is a public health program associate at the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University. She joined the CHAMPS Science Team to support social and behavioral science activities. She also works at the Interfaith Health Program at the Rollins School of Public Health to support a UNAIDS grant to strengthen HIV services for key populations served by faith-based organizations.
Prior to joining these projects at Emory, she worked as a qualitative researcher on evaluation of CDC programs for HIV prevention and child abuse prevention. She also consulted as a qualitative researcher on research projects for Emory faculty including a study on Latino identity and social mobility in Atlanta and an evaluation of mobile money services in Kenya. Emily also serves on the Latina Leadership and Advocacy Committee of the Lifting Latina Voices Initiative.
Ms. Lemon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from University of the South in Sewanee. She received a Master of Public Health and a certificate in maternal and child health from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.