Camila Aramburú is a Research Associate II at the PIRE Louisville Center. Ms. Aramburú earned a MPH in Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (2016), a Graduate Certificate in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of Louisville (2016), and a BA in English and Secondary Education from Bellarmine University (2011).
Her experience at PIRE has focused on community based participatory research and evaluation on topics related to intimate partner violence prevention and screening, substance use, and general health promotion. Her responsibilities at PIRE have included, but are not limited to, mixed methods research development and implementation, tailored evaluation reporting, and community engagement through facilitating advisory boards, trainings, and data collection efforts. She is fluent in Spanish and English.