Get in contact with Wyatt J. Beckman, M.P.H., C.H.E.S.
Wyatt J. Beckman, M.P.H., C.H.E.S., Analyst, provides research and technical support related to our work on population health. He has contributed to our studies on social isolation, e-cigarettes, telehealth, prescription drugs, and the response of local governments to COVID-19. He also provides research support to the Center for Sharing Public Health Services, a national initiative managed by KHI and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation which focuses on cross-jurisdictional sharing as a strategy to improve public health effectiveness and efficiency.
Prior to joining KHI, Wyatt was a research assistant at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute, where he performed a variety of applied research and evaluation efforts, with a focus on food insecurity, housing instability and bias crime policies.
Born and raised in rural Western Kansas, Wyatt earned a master’s degree in public health from Indiana University, where he focused on behavioral, social and community health and also on public health administration. He received a bachelor’s degree in health science from Truman State University. Wyatt is a certified health education specialist.