Talia Hahn provides quantitative and qualitative data analysis of access, utilization, and costs of the behavioral health system at local, state and federal levels. She supports projects through the development of surveys, documentation of focus groups, interviewing, data analysis, and proposal writing. Currently Talia supports workforce development, recovery support services, and coordinates the annual Peer Review process on behalf of the Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Addiction services (BSAS). She is also part of the national evaluation team for SAMHSA’s Children’s Mental Health Initiative Expansion.
Prior to joining DMA in September of 2014, Talia held various summer research positions and also served as an AmeriCorps Direct Service member with Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters, where she coordinated hands on cooking and nutrition courses for low-income families. In January of 2019, Talia received her Master’s in Public Health with certificates in Health Policy and Law, and Mental Health and Substance Use from Boston University’s School of Public Health. She also holds a B.A. in Behavioral Neuroscience from Connecticut College.