Amy Henderson Riley has extensive experience in public health research and evaluation, focusing on social and behavior change communication for the last seven years. She has specific expertise on issues relating to entertainment-education, and has worked in monitoring and evaluation of film, television, theater, and media projects around the globe. Her work has addressed topics including maternal and child health, women’s health, sexual and reproductive health and rights, education, gender-based violence and the environment.
Amy employs both quantitative and qualitative research approaches, placing emphasis on participatory approaches that amplify the voices and stories of individuals, families, and communities.
Amy, who has DrPH degree in public health, is an Assistant Professor in the College of Population Health at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.