PI-GRO Welcomes Amalia Corby-Edwards
Corby-Edwards will direct federal policy initiatives related to children and women
Amalia Corby-Edwards has a background in public health research and policy analysis. Prior to joining APA, Corby-Edwards was an analyst in public health and epidemiology at the Congressional Research Service (CRS), the non-partisan research and analysis division of the Library of Congress, which provides expert analysis to members of Congress and staff. Her portfolio at CRS included health policy issues related to maternal and child health, nutrition, public health research and public health agency appropriations.
Before joining CRS, Corby-Edwards was a social scientist/presidential management fellow at the Department of the Treasury, where she administered studies of taxpayer behavior. Prior to earning her Master of Science in epidemiology, Corby-Edwards worked with local law enforcement, coroners and medical examiners in the state of Wisconsin to collect data for the pilot phase of the National Violent Death Reporting System. She also served as a clinical research coordinator at BloodCenter of Wisconsin.
Corby-Edwards completed her MS in epidemiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin.