Kristi McClamroch, PhD, MPH

Founder and Executive Director

Kristi received her BS in Mathematics and her MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Michigan, and her PhD in Epidemiology from the University of North Carolina. Her prior roles include HIV Surveillance Coordinator at the Michigan Department of Community Health, HIV/STI Researcher at the University of North Carolina, Assistant Professor at the University of Albany, and Director of Youth Development at a non-profit organization in Albany, New York. She has worked in a variety of locations around the world, including New Orleans, Detroit, Albany, Madagascar, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, and Haiti. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband and daughter, their lizard Lemons, and their two rats, Frog and Toad. She is dedicated to using epidemiology as a vehicle for critical thinking, and teaching these skills as a way to strengthen personal agency.


Ashley Lane

Director of Programs

Ashley holds a BA in Latin American Studies and Human Rights from the University of Chicago, as well as certificates in data science and computer science. She worked in community-based nonprofits in Chicago for five years, and co-founded a tech-ed nonprofit there. She then moved to Austin, Texas, and began working as a consultant for startups, largely in the health tech sector. 2018 brought her to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she currently resides with her husband and their two cats. She is interested in promoting autonomy, leveraging technology to empower individuals and communities, and improving human health.


Additional supporters

Special thanks to the following for their in-kind donations, without which we couldn’t have gotten this far:

DLA Piper
Picture Impact

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