Elizabeth Vogt joined the ODP as a Prevention Science Research Analyst in January 2018. At the ODP, Ms. Vogt provides project management support across several Strategic Priorities to promote and facilitate activities and effective planning.
Prior to joining the ODP, Ms. Vogt supported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a Public Health Analyst (Contractor) in the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Immunization Services Division. In this role, Ms. Vogt served as the project management lead for the Immunization Program Evaluation Team, while also providing support in survey development, data collection, analysis, and results dissemination. Prior to her work at the CDC, Ms. Vogt spent several years as a Project Analyst for a consulting company that provides management, scientific, and technical services to federal government agencies. Her responsibilities included monthly reporting, conference planning, and business development support. Ms. Vogt also previously served as a Research Specialist and Lab Coordinator in Emory University’s Department of Psychology, collaborating on research studies focused on the development of autobiographical memory in children. Ms. Vogt is a co-author on several peer-reviewed journal publications.
Ms. Vogt earned a Master of Public Health (health policy & management) as well as a Bachelor of Arts (psychology) from Emory University.