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Emily Grenen

Pronouns: She/Her

Research Scientist

Emily is an experienced mixed-methods researcher, program evaluator, and project manager.

Emily's experience planning and optimizing health communication and social marketing efforts spans a range of health domains, including tobacco cessation, type 2 diabetes prevention, and cancer care delivery. Her clients include the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Institutes of Health, and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Previously, Emily was a research and evaluation manager of social marketing at ICF where she led health communication projects spanning a range of topics. She spent many years focused on digital health (mHealth) research and evaluation for the National Cancer Institute’s Initiative for tobacco cessation. Prior to ICF, Emily was a Cancer Research Training Award (CRTA) Fellow at the National Cancer Institute.

Project Contributions

HHS OMH Performance Improvement Management System

Identifying best and promising practices to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities


DHHS Office of Minority Health

Binational Bus Travel: An Innovation for Public Health Action

Improving disease prevention via public health management of cross-border bus travel


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention