Massah Massaquoi, M.P.H., is the National Implementation Manager for the HRSA-funded Evidence-Informed Interventions Coordinating Center for Technical Assistance. In this role she is responsible for designing and managing communication strategies between collaborators, which includes national experts, community advisory board members, and internal and external partners. Massah is also the Technical Assistance Lead for 13 of the 26 funded sites, she helps support day-to-day concerns of the subawardees as well as monitor and assess implementation activities, implementation strategies, and the core elements of the site-selected interventions via monthly monitoring calls, cohort calls and narrative reports.
Prior to this role, Massah worked at the Fenway Institute as the Research Program Coordinator with the Adolescent Trials Network, where she conducted HIV clinical trials and provided sexual health educational resources for LGBTQ youth and families throughout Boston, MA. Through her various roles at Fenway Health she has worked to create policy and internal institutional change to better serve youth living with HIV through community mobilization and structural change. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Iowa State University and with a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she focused on how behavioral economics and nutritional quality impact HIV health outcomes amongst same gender loving individuals, youth, women and infants.