Courtney Clyatt, MA, is a Program Officer for Engagement at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). She comes to PCORI with more than 10 years of experience in public health and project management. In her position, she will play a vital role in the Engagement Awards program and, specifically, the Pipeline to Proposal Awards, which will fund community-building and engagement projects.
Clyatt has worked extensively with community-based health organizations in the District of Columbia and has provided them with program oversight and technical assistance. She recently led the implementation of the 2005-2010 DC Cancer Control Plan and has also led the development of the 2013-2018 DC Cancer Control Plan while working with the DC Cancer Consortium.
Clyatt is a graduate of The George Washington University, where she completed her studies in international politics at The Elliott School for International Affairs and Global Health Program Design Monitoring and Evaluation at the School of Public Health and Health Sciences. Her master’s thesis research explores the correlation between insurance status and health outcomes following a colorectal cancer diagnosis.