Rachel joined PRISM Health in September 2011 as a Graduate Research Assistant while she completed her Master of Public Health in the Global Epidemiology Department at Emory, and transitioned to a staff position in June 2013. Prior to attending graduate school, Rachel worked as an Account Supervisor at a direct mail marketing firm in Atlanta. Rachel worked as a Data Analyst for several yeras, primarily responsible for data collection and management for two South Africa-based studies, the Sibanye Health Project and KPIS South Africa. Currently, she works on the ATN/iTech Analytic Core and is part of the PRISM data team, which provides data management and analysis support for many ATN and PRISM-based studies. She has also worked on the CAMP modeling project, the COPE4YMSM PrEP implementation study in Thailand, and the C-Pleasure condom trial.