As part of 3D’s research team, Kennedy leverages her degrees in public health and psychology, her work in healthcare disparities, and her commitment to health equity to support client projects.
Kennedy starts every project by assessing the goal and urgency of the situation and identifying the most efficient way to provide clients with accurate and comprehensive information. She uses the proprietary tools of KOLLEAD, KOLLEAD International, and other databases to accurately provide ADCOM RADAR®, MATCH.MOCK®, and other reports to clients.
Kennedy’s interest in public health was sparked when she recognized the positive impact her work could have on millions of people. During her master’s curriculum, Kennedy discovered her affinity for evidence-based interventions and the research processes that supplement their implementation. She interned for the North Carolina Public Health Association where she created graphic design materials to communicate pertinent NCPHA information via social media and other channels. She also completed a pre-med fellowship in Portugal where she shadowed healthcare professionals and gained an understanding of the nuances of providing healthcare in a different culture. Kennedy holds a master’s degree in public health and a bachelor's in psychology.
In her free time, Kennedy enjoys live music, being surrounded by friends, traveling, and having game nights. She’s an avid lover of her two black cats, the beach, coffee, and helping others. Kennedy hopes to one day run her own organization that addresses food and water insecurities and health inequities in developing countries.