Lilit Hakobyan is a Research Analyst in the Education Division at EurekaFacts. She has a background in social and behavioral research, public health practice, data management, and policy analysis. Lilit has conducted research for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of State, RTI International, and the Educational Testing Services.
Lilit analyzes health communication materials using design thinking approaches (e.g., fetal alcohol spectrum disorder infographics, foodborne illness web messages) to inform the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Maryland State Department of Health’s social marketing strategies. She develops technical/cost proposals for opportunities within the local, state, and federal governments, as well as private organizations, in support of business development.
Lilit formulates research plans, develops survey instruments and analysis tools (e.g., questionnaires, sampling plans, moderator guides, recruitment protocols), analyzes and reports findings based on data gathered from usability testing surveys, Photovoice methodology, focus group discussions, cognitive interviews, and in-depth interviews.
She previously worked as a Research and Evaluation Consultant at Promundo, a nonprofit organization, where she coordinated research on gender, masculinities, and health. Lilit earned her Masters of Public Health degree in Public Health Practice and Policy and her Bachelors of Science degree in Community Health from the University of Maryland.