Lead Research Project Coordinator
Laura Latta is a Lead Research Project Coordinator for the PIEC (Parent, Infant, Early Childhood) Program. In her current role, she supports Maryland’s IECMHC (Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation) programs in CQI, working with the programs to engage in review of data and processes to improve the quality of outcomes. Laura Latta has over ten years of experience in systems building and program planning, implementation, and evaluation. She previously served as the Director of Early Childhood Initiatives at Family League of Baltimore and helped to lead B’more for Healthy Babies, Baltimore’s citywide initiative to reduce infant mortality. She also oversaw the implementation and evaluation of two health promotion programs in the Growth & Nutrition Division at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. She earned a Masters of Health Science degree in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2008.