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Latrice Rollins is an Assistant Professor at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) in the Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, where she embraces a community-based participatory approach for all projects she leads. Dr. Rollins is also a Robert Wood Johnson Culture of Health Leader, whose research is focused on father engagement, father-inclusive practices, and women in fatherhood.  She has also served as the Assistant Director of Evaluation for the MSM Prevention Research Center, where she led the evaluations of research infrastructure, capacity building, and health promotion projects. Dr. Rollins was an award-winning program analyst for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General, evaluating national programs that impact the most underserved populations. Dr. Rollins also worked for Georgia’s Office of Child Support Services and the Georgia Fatherhood Program. She provides father engagement training for practitioners in various sectors. She is the editor and one of many authors of the book, Engaging African American Fathers: Strategies and Lessons. Dr. Rollins received a bachelor’s in sociology from Spelman College and a master’s and doctorate in social work from the University of Georgia.

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