Rachel Barth, MSW

Research Project Coordinator

Rachel Barth earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Eastern Illinois University and a Master’s in Social Work with a community concentration from Saint Louis University (SLU). During her time at SLU, she worked on research studies examining the impact of a microloan program in a rural community in Haiti and the impact of the redevelopment of downtown St. Louis. Rachel joined the Brown School at Washington University in 2012 with the Center for Public Health Systems Science where she worked on an evaluation of the Missouri Foundation for Health’s Healthy and Active Communities initiative and the Best Practices User Guide project funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Rachel joined the Health Equity Works project team in 2015. As Project Coordinator, Rachel leads the research activities of the project.