Sara Shuman, PhD, MPH

Sara Shuman, PhD, MPH
Adjunct Fellow

Assistant Professor, La Salle University/Dept. of Urban Health and Nutrition

Public Health Interests

Global Health, Violence/Injury Prevention, Women's Health

Current Public-Health Related Activities

Sara Shuman is an Assistant Professor of Public Health at La Salle University, where she specializes in teaching and research related to gender-based violence, immigration, and environmental health in marginalized communities. Sara has expertise in mixed-methods research and evaluation and has performed program evaluations for several organizations, including Depaul USA (Philadelphia), Innovations for Poverty Action (Yale University), the Population Council (Mexico City), and the International Rescue Committee (New York City) and worked on projects across the United States and Latin America and in Sub-Sahara Africa and India. She is the Director of Promotoras at Puentes de Salud, an organization that provides direct medical, educational, and other social services to unauthorized Spanish-speaking immigrants in Philadelphia and an Advisory Board member of the Parent-Child Home Project in Philadelphia.