Diana Gutierrez-Meza, MPH
Diana is the Lead Researcher at QHRC. She has a Master's of Public Health degree from the University of South Florida-College of Public Health and is also Certified in Public Health (CPH).
Her research interests encompass global public health and reproductive health concerns impacting minority populations in the Americas. In recent years, she served as a research assistant on studies exploring chronic disease self-management programs and health coaching for Latinos experiencing depression, diabetes, and other chronic conditions.
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Megan is the Transcription and Translation Supervisor at QHRC. She graduated from UW-Eau Claire with a bachelor's degree in Spanish for Business and the Professions. Her professional history includes several years of civil service at numerous county and state level agencies, as well as licensed work as a Spanish/English medical interpreter.
When not supervising at QHRC, she runs a small sheep and cattle farm with her husband. She also enjoys needle crafts, hunting for flea market treasures, and chasing after her two young daughters.
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Holly Milaeger, MPH
Holly is a Researcher at QHRC. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Nevada and her Master's of Public Health degree from UW-Milwaukee. She has served as an independent consultant on qualitative and quantitative analysis for various firms and projects, and also had a professional role developing and implementing medical programs within the State of Wisconsin.
Holly has a true passion for public health, and firmly believes that research and data analysis can have a direct impact on health outcomes.
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Leslie A. Seas, MPH
Leslie is the Office Manager at QHRC. She began her career in Public Health in 2002 when she joined the United States Army as a Preventive Medicine Specialist, obtaining her training from the Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. She went on to complete her bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Phoenix, and received a Master's of Public Health degree from Capella University in 2011.
When not maintaining operations at QHRC, Leslie owns and operates a small photography business, and along with her husband, chases around her three active daughters.
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Casey is the Lead Coder and English-Language Transcriptionist at QHRC. In May of 2018, she earned a bachelor's degree in Sociology with a concentration in Analysis and Research and Honors in the Liberal Arts. During her undergraduate career, Casey was actively involved in a variety of research and held an executive board position with Badger Volunteers. In the future, she plans to pursue a Master's of Public Health as well as a PA certification.
Outside of work, Casey enjoys training for half marathons, traveling, and cooking.
Alex is an English and Spanish transcriptionist and translator at QHRC. In December of 2014, she completed a bachelor's degree in Spanish, as well as certificates in Chicano & Latino Studies and Gender & Women's Studies. She is also a CHI Certified Medical Interpreter and is now pursuing her Master's degree in Spanish Linguistics at UW-Madison.
Pablo is a Spanish Transcriptionist and Translator at QHRC. He is originally from Spain, but has been living in Madison since 2013. Previously, he worked as a Systems Analyst at the National Decision Support Company (NDSC), a Madison start-up focused on optimizing radiological treatment decisions. He is currently becoming certified as a healthcare interpreter and also works as a part-time stay-at-home dad.