Kelly has nearly a decade of research and managerial experience across academic, governmental, and nonprofit organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, the New York City Department of Health, and the Rudd Center at Yale University. She served as the Population Health Manager for the Baltimore City Fire Department, where she utilized 911 data to inform programmatic and policy interventions to connect individuals with substance use disorders to available resources. Kelly received her PhD in Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
It’s BBQ season and that means a few things; hamburgers, hot dogs, fireworks, friends, beer, and booze. While some adults may choose to have a beer, others may choose not to drink. Both are okay. So why do people who refuse a drink often get questioned, creating an awkward conversation for both parties? Regardless of the reasons, we know one simple solution: be considerate of other people’s choices.