Sage Krims, Research Assistant
Sage Krims (they/them), MPH, is a Research Assistant for the Clear Pathways Initiative. They support the Manager of Research and Evaluation by coordinating evaluation and implementation meetings, conducting qualitative data analysis, and building the technical assistant and consultant database. Sage has five years of public health research experience working with vulnerable populations, including sexual and gender minorities, people with substance use disorders, and people with mental illness.
Sage received their Masters in Public Health from Drexel University with a concentration in Community Health and Prevention and their BA from Bates College in Latin American Studies and Spanish. While at Drexel, Sage held a fellowship position conducting research on data collection and surveillance systems for sexual and gender minority health in the United States. Their research interests and passions include mental health, health equity, and reducing health disparities for vulnerable populations.