MSc, London School of Economics & Political Science
PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Edsall Kromm’s areas of research expertise are in media and public health advocacy, qualitative methods and program evaluation. Most recently, she was involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of a county-based public-private health care access program and led the development of a novel health coaching intervention. In addition to health care access policies and programs, Dr. Edsall Kromm has worked on chronic disease prevention (tobacco and cancer) at the national, state and local levels for non-profits and government agencies. She is particularly interested in activities that seek to fill gaps in public health advocacy education and research.
Honors and Awards
Co-Awardee, Maryland Daily Record Innovator of the Year Award (Howard County Government for Healthy Howard Health Plan), 2008
Co-Awardee, Innovation in Public Service – Local Government (Howard County Health Department for Healthy Howard Initiative), American Society for Public Administration, Maryland Chapter, 2008
Pre-Doctoral Appointment, Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention & Control Training Program, National Cancer Institute, JHSPH, 2006
Lung Health Dissertation Award, American Lung Association, 2006