As Project Director at the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health, Ms. Siuba supports the Long-Term Care Leadership Council and other multi-stakeholder taskforces aimed at improving health and health care in South Carolina. Ms. Siuba also conducts research to support the development of policy papers and taskforce reports to contribute to the Institute’s evidence-based, nonpartisan, data-driven policy solutions.
Ms. Siuba joined IMPH in 2022 and brings in-depth experience in health promotion, education and behavior change, health communication, project management and data governance to the Institute. Ms. Siuba ensures human-centered design principles guide her work.
Before joining the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health, Ms. Siuba worked for the South Carolina Early Childhood Advisory Council, a collaborative body representing the state’s early childhood system. Ms. Siuba established the Data Governance Framework to support South Carolina’s Early Childhood Integrated Data System, to achieve alignment and integration of data across early childhood services and programs in South Carolina. Ms. Siuba has also worked as the Stress Management Program Coordinator at the University of South Carolina. She helped to restructure the Wellness Coaching Program and developed the Resiliency Project curriculum to support the students, faculty and staff at Carolina.
Ms. Siuba earned her MPH from Northern Illinois University and her BS from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.