Master’s degree, Wildlife and Fisheries science (minor in statistics), Mississippi State University; bachelor’s degree, Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University
Lori Anne Corteville is an advanced statistician with extensive experience conducting evaluations and public health research. Her current work includes a social network mapping analysis of grantees funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in Michigan.
Ms. Corteville previously provided social network mapping analysis for PPA as an independent contractor. She has also undertaken research for the Michigan Primary Care Association on the adoption of electronic health records and for Munson Healthcare on community diabetes health survey data.
Earlier in her career, she was a Statistician Specialist analyzing diabetes and other chronic disease data for the Michigan Department of Community Health. She was also a Senior Data Analyst for the Michigan Public Health Institute, where she developed a database for a national surveillance system and analyzed national and Michigan child mortality data.
Ms. Corteville has experience with numerous database platforms and has designed and implemented database systems and sampling plans.