Marie E. Dever, JD, MPH
Marie earned a Master of Public Health from the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences in May 2015. She was inducted into the Delta Omega Honorary Society of Public Health, Beta Pi Chapter. While earning her degree, Marie concentrated in biostatistics, taking classes in biostatistics, regression, and survey methods. She has utilized the data analysis programs SPSS, SAS, and R. In addition, she has taken classes in GIS (geographic information system) and program evaluation. She completed a practicum at the University of Louisville Division of Infectious Disease working with refugee health data. Finally, Marie became certified in public health in May 2015.
Since 1994, Marie has been a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and until June 2015, she was a practicing attorney. She started her career at the Jefferson District Public Defenders District Office. After working there for five years, she spent the rest of her legal career specializing in litigation, insurance defense, medical malpractice defense, and long term care facility defense.
Marie brings a unique perspective to the field of data gathering, management, and analysis as a result of her education, training, and experience. Due to her legal experience, she has excellent writing, public speaking, problem solving, and analytical skills. Her education and experience in the public health field has provided her with an understanding of the challenges and needs of public health agencies and organizations. Marie’s singular background means that she can offer invaluable assistance to any agencies or organizations needing assistance with data gathering, management, and analysis.
Stacy L. Cambron, LCSW, PhD, MPH
Stacy has been a mental health provider since earning a master's degree in medical social work in 1989. She went on to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Louisville in 1998. She has experience working in a variety of settings across the country including private practice, community mental health centers, residential/forensic placements, and hospitals. Stacy also earned her Master of Public Health from the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences in May, 2015 with a concentration in biostatistics. The master's degree in public health is evidence of her philosophy of lifelong learning and staying current with cutting edge research methodologies.
In addition to consulting and private practice, Stacy recently joined the clinical faculty at Spalding University as a part time assistant professor in the doctoral program in clinical psychology. She is active with the Kentucky Psychological Association and serves as a member of the Advocacy Committee. Having been a member of interdisciplinary teams throughout her career, Stacy is passionate about promoting a systems or integrated approach to behavioral and medical healthcare. Towards that aim, she has participated in the State Innovation Model (SIM) workgroup meetings and has become well versed in the current challenges that face entities dedicated to providing healthcare and social services.
Stacy is a proponent of utilizing evidence based practices and outcome measures whether she is practicing psychology, teaching and supervising students, or evaluating effectiveness of programs and interventions. Her recent focus on research design, evaluation, and statistical methodologies make her eager to assist organizations. Even the smallest project can yield great benefits if designed and implemented correctly.