Marissa Jaross, MPH
research analyst II
Marissa brings over 6 years of experience helping communities improve their programs through data collection, analysis, and communication. She is currently partnering with multiple communities to assess populations experiencing homelessness, the achievement gap for girls in school, and school readiness. Past projects include Voices of Youth Count (a nationwide assessment of young people experiencing homelessness) and an assessment of substance use in Santa Clara County.
Marissa holds a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Colorado and a Master’s of Public Health from the George Washington University.