Circe Le Compte has over 20 years’ experience in the communications field, holding several leadership positions in the nonprofit, consulting, and academic arenas, with a particular focus on health care. Circe has written extensively about health disparities, and patient-centered health care and is Managing Editor of Harvard Public Health Review.
She is adept at public relations, dissemination, social media, and digital applications and has produced a range of training and technical assistance (TA) products, mobile friendly applications, websites, and ad campaigns. Circe is also particularly seasoned in research strategies, methodologies, and research-based writing, and has provided research assistance to Harvard University’s Chair of the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, worked on National Survey on Drug Use and Health data sets and analyses. Circe brings work experience with HRSA, NIH, CDC, as well as with local, state, and national healthcare organizations and funders.
Circe earned her M.S. in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Harvard University, her MA. In Social Science from the University of Chicago, her B. A. in English and International Studies from Washington College, and is completing her Ph.D. at Harvard University.