BiographyAllyson believes in the power of community and the value of community participation in the research and evaluation process. This belief has led Allyson on many journeys throughout the country as a writer, observer, mentor, and evaluator.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Since 2005, Allyson has worked with tribes as a research partner, expert public health consultant, lead evaluator, methodologist, epidemiologist, writer, and educator. Her research interests include building community capacity to address the cultural, social, and environmental factors that contribute to differences in health outcomes among underserved populations in the United States.
Allyson loves anything outdoors. In the winter you will find her at the local ski hill and during the summer months, hiking. She is an avid reader, she is currently reading Necessary Endings by Henry Cloud.
Published: Jan 01, 2019 by American Journal of Public Health
Authors: Allyson Kelley
Subjects: Health and Social Care, Research Methods
This editorial summarizes the strengths and weaknesses of using environmental interventions to address obesity.