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Grace Tang, MPH
Public Policy Analyst & 
Public Health Professional


  • Anti-Asian American Racism (Greater Los Angeles Area

and New York City)

  • Army and Department of Defense (DoD) Harmful Behavior Prevention Metrics

  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Cost-Effectiveness and Provider Engagement with PrEP Patients

  • Support National Partners in Countering anti-Asian Hate

  • Tool to Identify the Dominant Aggressor in a Violent Relationship

  • U.S.-Mexico Border Outcomes Policy Perspective


  • Utilized relevant and reliable data to guide effective planning and facilitate decision-making at Aviva Family and Children's Services, a Los Angeles mental health non-profit.

    • Supported organizational performance and quality improvement across all mental health programs.

    • Implemented effective collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of data

  • Provided consult to REACH LA, a Los Angeles non-profit that engages and empowers young LGBTQ people of color and their communities.

    • Contributed to outline on board guidelines, including bylaws, board meeting procedure, succession planning guidelines, committee policies, and board member orientation handbook.

    • Documented meeting decisions to provide guidance and feedback to the Volunteer Manager.​

  • Designed and conducted ex-post evaluations to support learning for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Center for Water.

    • Coded, analyzed, and synthesized 30+ qualitative interviews for ex-post evaluation reports.

    • Provided quality control and quality assurance for 100,000+ qualitative and quantitative data points in Google Sheets by utilizing reputable information sources such as WHO, SWA, OECD, UNICEF, and UN.

    • Collaborated with stakeholders and partners to host 20+ webinars attended by 1,700+ participants.​

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