Grace Hindmarch

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Research Assistant
Santa Monica Office


B.S. in anthropology, Tulane University; B.S. in public health, Tulane University


Grace Hindmarch (she/her) is a research assistant at the RAND Corporation. She provides qualitative research collection and analysis, project management, development and writing of manuals, reports, and journal articles, and stakeholder engagement for a multitude of projects. Some of her research projects include implementing collaborative care for opioid use disorder and mental health issues, evaluation of organizations supporting minor victims of sex trafficking, and measure development for incident management of health-related events.  
Hindmarch received a B.S. in anthropology and a B.S. in public health from Tulane University.


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