National Development and Research Institute, Inc.
Keosha T. Bond, EdD, MPH, CHES is Health Education Specialist and Behavioral Scientist who has centered her work around the complex intersections of race, sexuality, social justice and health disparities among marginalized populations. Her publications and presentations at national and international conferences have examined the psychosocial and cultural contexts that influence individual behaviors and population-level health outcomes. As a researcher, Keosha ‘s most recent work has concentrated on the development of innovation health education interventions using online technology and social media broad dissemination of behavior change interventions. She has extensive experience in community-based participatory research, qualitative methodology, survey methodology, and grant writing.
Keosha is currently a Post-doctoral fellow in Behavioral Science Training in Drug Use Research at the National Development and Research Institute, Inc., an affiliated- investigator at the Center for Drug Use and HIV Research, and teaches Human Sexuality courses at Hunter College. She holds a Doctorate in Health Education from Columbia University Teachers College. She is also a Certified Health Education Specialist and holds a Master in Public Health from Hunter College, a BS in Psychology from Fordham University, and a Certification in Comparative Effectiveness Research from New York University.