Jaime Hamil, MPH
Jaime is the Director of Innovation and Implementation at the Mothers and Babies (MB) Program at the Center for Community Health at Northwestern University. Jaime earned her BS in Biology and French at the University of Denver and her Master’s in Public Health from Emory University. She leads projects focusing evaluation, implementation, and developing program innovations to expand the reach and impact of the MB program to improve health equity. She spearheads the MB technology-based innovations interventions such as online and text-based as well as adaptations to fathers, parents, and family mental health. Her public health practice encompasses quality improvement, health equity, implementation science and research, and sustainability. She provides training and consultation to deliver evidence-based mental health programs in early childhood, perinatal, and health service areas. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in public health at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) focusing on public health leadership, systems change, perinatal mental health, and implementation science. When not working or studying, Jaime enjoys spending time with her husband and their cat Rutherford as well as traveling, cooking and fly-fishing.