Sandte Stanley, MA, MPH
Program Evaluator, Public Health Practice
Sandte Stanley is a behavioral scientist with nearly 15 years of experience in chronic disease prevention/intervention research and program evaluation. Her career has focused on reducing the burden of chronic disease across the United States, working in both private and public sectors as well as in academia.
Sandte is an alumna of Michigan State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with minors in Bioethics and Health Promotion. Continuing her journey in understanding health inequalities, Sandte also earned a Master of Public Health from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and a Master of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in Population Health from Rice University.