Nikita Mehta has a wealth of knowledge and experience in public health, health care administration, and communication. As part of Powell Strategies, she supports communication initiatives for the Department of Labor. In the past, Nikita supported the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention as a Health Communications Consultant.
Prior to joining Powell Strategies, Nikita worked in the Johns Hopkins Health Care System in Perioperative Services and Population Health and with a mid-Atlantic Permanente Group in strategy and communication. During her graduate school career, she held two research positions focused on using technology to better deliver health interventions. She is passionate about improving value, communication, and efficiency for populations on all levels of the health care system.
Nikita earned her Master’s degree in Public Health from Yale University and her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Global Public Health from the University of Maryland.
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