Focusing on evaluation of prevention program outcomes, and research to understand social-cognitive predictors of high-risk alcohol use.
Doctor of Philosophy
Assistant Research Professor
Amber Bell-Christian has experience planning, implementing, and leading educational programs for both, formal and informal institutions. She has co-founded conferences and entrepreneurial incubator programs that focus on racial equality and quality education in the St. Louis region. She has experience building community partnerships between universities and non-profits, using anchor institution strategies to build lasting relationships. Amber serves on advisory committees for multiple, local public schools and volunteers for non-profits that serve low-economic and under-represented communities. In 2017, Amber implemented the Imagine Science Program in St. Louis; an unprecedented partnership between four of the leading, national youth-serving organizations to bridge the STEM gap for historically under-represented youth.