Fremont, MI


Clinical Psychology

Why did you join OES?

For me, joining OES was an opportunity to learn more about evaluation in the federal government, work with experts in a variety of fields, and get exposure to projects related to promoting the health of Americans.

What’s one of the most exciting things you’ve worked on at OES?

In addition to planning the 2019 annual event, I have had the chance to work on an exciting project aimed at reducing concurrent opioid and benzodiazepine prescribing in the context of the National Capital Region Military Health System.



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