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Dexter has over two decades of chronic disease health disparities prevention research and evaluation experience. He graduated from Morehouse College with a B.S. in Biology and then pursued an M.P.H in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Morehouse School of Medicine. Dexter’s interest in chronic disease health disparities prevention research and evaluation stems from inequities that he realized and experienced as a young person. When he joined KDHRC, he was thrilled to work for a firm that acknowledged the importance of addressing health disparities in health promotion and had specific funding to do so.

Currently, Dexter manages several projects and works closely with project and community partners to address a host of public health-related concerns. He enjoys meeting and collaborating with new project partners, strategizing with KDHRC staff to identify best ways to evaluate projects, and envisioning how the projects can impact and improve public health outcomes. Dexter’s projects address both common and rare diseases that disproportionately affect racial and ethnic minority populations.

Outside of work, Dexter spends quality time with family and friends, volunteers with Fathers Matter ATL, works out at the gym and runs, and listens to music.

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