Maren Cohn, Ph.D.
Maren is a project manager, analyst, and communications expert who specializes in the articulation and management of complex situations and information. She has conducted in-depth interviews, researched background issues, and supported DHM projects manager in survey and topic guided development, strategic planning, and client communications. She has extensive experience in such fields as education, healthcare, agriculture, forest products, homebuilding, and economic development in Indian Country.
Daesha Ramachandran, Ph.D.
Daesha is founder and principal consultant of TUSK, new I.D.E.A.S. (intersectional, deep-equity and antiracism strategies for how we live, work, learn, and play). She helps assure that DHM’s research designs, analysis and reporting, and program evaluation reflect an understanding of equity, diversity, and inclusion to best serve clients’ planning and communications needs.
Lawrence Wallack, Ph.D.
Larry retired as Dean, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University. He is Emeritus Professor of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, and was a founding senior fellow and first President of the Rockridge Institute, a California-based think tank. He assists DHM with analysis and of strategic considerations and recommendations on issues related to public health, social change, and mass media.
Sarah Fulton, M.Sc.
Sarah is a leading research and strategic advisor to corporate executives, government program managers, and associations with over 25 years of experience using market research data and insights to develop and implement corporate and government communications programs, branding, and positioning initiatives and health-oriented marketing and evaluation programs. Sarah is also an experienced focus group moderator, executive interviewer, and large group facilitator. She has assisted DHM with projects for National Association of Clean Water Agencies, Weyerhaeuser, Foundations for a Better Oregon, Capital Region Water, and the Ford Family Foundation.
Sarah earned a M.Sc. in Health Sciences from the University of British Columbia and a B.A. in Sociology from West Virginia University. She taught Organizational Behavior at the University of Alaska.