Charles E. Sepers, Jr., M.A.

Senior Research Assistant
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Background and Professional Interests

Chuck Sepers completed his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Nebraska at Kearney in Psychology and Exercise Science and his Master of Arts at the University of Kansas in Applied Behavioral Science with an emphasis in community health and development. His research is focused primarily on understanding and improving conditions that contribute to health and well-being using community-based participatory evaluation research, particularly among traditionally underserved populations experiencing health disparity. Chuck is currently the evaluation project coordinator for both the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation’s national Together on Diabetes initiative to help medically underserved patients experiencing type 2 diabetes receive quality primary and specialty care; and Partners for Prevention, an effort supporting coalitions across the US in building drug-free communities.


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