Ellen Goldstein, MA
Ms. Goldstein advises scientists on working effectively with community agencies, front line providers on how to understand and use research, and federal policymakers on the importance of supporting science/ service collaborations. Though her work is primarily in HIV/AIDS, she has been a consultant to Planned Parenthood, Shasta County Department of Public Health, and she has recently finished a facilitation program through the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
- Manager of Community Programs, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, University of California, San Francisco
- MA, 1999, San Francisco State University, Social Psychology
- Binson, D., DeCarlo, P., Faigeles, B., Freedman, B., Goldstein, E., Grinstead, O., et al., (2001). Working together: A guide to research in HIV prevention. San Francisco: University of California, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies.