Stacy Braiuca, MSW, MPH
Stacy is a Research Associate for the Center for American Indian Community Health and Healthy Living Kansas in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health. She has previously worked on the Komen Breast Cancer and NIH Colorectal Cancer projects, organizing, moderating, and doing analysis of focus groups and interviews. She has worked as the Lead Facilitator for the All Nations Breathe of Life program. Stacy is currently working on the P-20 Mammography Satisfaction project with Dr. Kimberly Engelman and her Healthy Living Kansas team, with Dr. Melissa Filippi, Dr. Florence Ndikum-Moffor, and Dr. Charlotte McCloskey in developing mental health studies, and in writing brochures, working on health brochure and literacy projects, while she continues to assist on other projects as requested. Stacy has been a Clinical Social Worker for the past 14 years, specifically in the field of juvenile mental health and substance abuse, serves on the board of directors for Mental Health America of the Heartland, and Kan Do Apartments. She recently completed her Master’s in Public Health and is looking forward to working in the area of health literacy with disadvantaged populations. In her free time, she enjoys blowing glass, etching copper, dying silk, and other artistic creations. She is an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and a lifelong Kansas City area resident.
University of Kansas Medical Center, Research Associate; University of Missouri Kansas City, Adjunct Faculty