Jamie Arpin is a Research Scientist at the Center for Health and Safety Culture. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Montana State University and studied Education with Math and Coaching endorsements from Boise State University. In her role, Jamie supports the production and distribution of survey projects, which includes recording data, qualitative and quantitative data analysis. She also provides expertise in toolkit creation and design and serves as the Center’s technical editor.
Jamie has four grown children who fueled her passion for the youth community. She was actively involved in the education system as her children grew. She was a coach of recreational and competitive youth sports for over 18 years. Jamie’s areas of interest include social justice and using the social ecology as a framework for understanding social behavior and promoting prevention, social science, and youth health and wellness.
Jamie works remotely from her home in Washington. In her spare time, Jamie enjoys travel, sports, and spending time with her husband and her four children.