Alison Mendoza-Walters is a senior monitoring and evaluation specialist at Global Health Liaisons. She has gained more than twelve years of experience planning and executing monitoring and evaluation of health and social programs. Programs she has worked on include the March of Dimes Pre-maturity Campaign evaluation, the National Association of County and City Health Officials and Prince George’s County Food Equity Council. Ms Mendoza-Walters was Director of Research and Evaluation at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials in Virginia, where she performed qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis for the Chatham County Community Health Assessment.
Ms Mendoza-Walters has been recognized for her outstanding work. She was chosen for the Young Scholar Award by the International Conference on Globalization, Enterprises and Economic Development in 2016. She also received the Presidential Scholarship at the University of Maryland in 2000. Ms Mendoza-Walters earned her MBA from University of the District of Columbia and her MPH from the UNC Chapel Hill. She has an BS in Biology. She lives in Maryland USA.