Clancey Bateman, MS, MPH, is a Consultant at JSI with 11 years of experience in strategic communications, social marketing, digital and social media, graphic design, and evaluation of behavior change campaigns. As a health communications specialist, she has provided technical assistance to public health practitioners on topics ranging from HIV prevention to tobacco control and served as a creative lead and social marketing strategist for campaigns in California and Washington. Currently, Ms. Bateman is the Communications Director for the Reproductive Health National Training Center (www.rhntc.org
). Outside of her work at JSI, she led social media strategy and implementation for two successful soda tax campaigns in Oakland and Berkeley, California from 2014-2016. Ms. Bateman received both a Master of Public Health and Master of Science degree in Food Policy & Applied Nutrition from Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition & Science Policy. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Community Health and Anthropology from Brown University.