Grace Hindmarch

Grace Hindmarch
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, comparing financing strategies for sustainment of an evidenced-based practice for adolescent substance use, evaluation of organizations supporting minor victims of sex trafficking, and measure development for incident management of health-related events.  
Hindmarch received a B.S.P.H in public health and anthropology from Tulane University.


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