Claudia Zaugg (she/her) is a Project Manager at ANSIRH. She oversees Dr. Sarah Roberts’ portfolio of research that seeks to evaluate state-level policies targeting alcohol and drug use during pregnancy. Claudia is passionate about translating research into practice and building the capacity of public health practitioners to advance health equity. Prior to ANSIRH, she worked at the Best Babies Zone Initiative where she supported organizations in advancing a community-driven, multi-sector model to reducing racial inequities in birth outcomes. Claudia also brings experience in direct service, grant writing, program evaluation, and research to the ANSIRH team. Claudia received her MPH from UC Berkeley and her BA from Pomona College.
June 2, 2022
Roberts SCM, Claudia Zaugg, MPH, Martinez N. Health care provider decision-making around prenatal substance use reporting. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. June 2022; DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2022.109514.
November 3, 2021
Claudia Zaugg, MPH, Berglas NF, Johnson R, Roberts SCM. Reaching Consensus on Politicized Topics: A Convening of Public Health Professionals to Discuss Appropriate Abortion Activities for US Health Departments. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice. November 2021; DOI: 10.1097/PHH.0000000000001455.