Carrie earned a PhD in cultural anthropology and a Master of Public Health degree with a global health concentration from the University of Iowa. She taught anthropology and public health at Augustana College in Rock Island, IL for 15 years, and entered the Prevention field in 2021. Carrie lives in Iowa City with her husband, two kids and one miniature Schnauzer.
d auge joined CFR as a Prevention Specialist in December 2022. d is new to prevention work; however, they have experience as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) working with clients with substance abuse disorders, eating disorders, and mental health concerns. Before finding their passion in behavioral health, d earned their Masters in English from the University of Chicago in 2019 and worked for six years as Head of Communications for Senator Elizabeth Warren.
d will graduate with their MA in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Development in May 2023 and intends to go on to earn their PhD in Clinical Psychology. d believes strongly that the nonprofit world is the crux of mental health care and that the two need to meet and work together to successfully treat and help individuals.
Outside of work d spends time in their original passion of politics. They can always be found volunteering for a candidate or a cause. d loves to read, is a big fan of Taylor Swift, and is obsessed with cats, owning three.
Kaleb Brooks joined CFR as a Prevention Specialist in November of 2022. Kaleb is a proud graduate of the University of Iowa, where he received his B.S. in Public Health in 2021, and his Master of Public Health in Epidemiology in 2022. While at Iowa, Kaleb worked in chronic disease and injury prevention among older adult populations.
Outside of work, Kaleb enjoys playing games with his family and friends, baking, and running.