Mia Barrett, MEd
Mia Barrett is a research associate at ETR, contributing to curriculum evaluation projects in Minnesota, Ohio, central Georgia, and the greater Philadelphia area since 2016. She works on randomized control trial evaluations of evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention curricula including the FLASH Health Project and Making Healthy Decisions Project. She has coordinated school-based and community-based data collection, overseeing the administration of thousands of surveys. She contributes to the development of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) curricula and materials including the CDCs’ WILLOW curricula.
Ms. Barrett is a dedicated sexuality educator with over six years of experience in SRH curriculum development, implementation, and research. She began her work in the sexuality education field as an HIV tester and counselor in rural Montana, providing safer sex and safer drug use education. She went on to developed and implemented sexual health curriculum for healthcare professionals. Currently, Ms. Barrett volunteers as a sexuality educator in high schools throughout Philadelphia.
Ms. Barrett received her Master’s in Education in Human Sexuality at Widener University after earning her BA in cultural anthropology at the University of Montana.
- Making Healthy Decisions
- FLASH Evaluation
- WILLOW – Women Involved in Life Learning from Other Women