All Star Children’s Foundation Appoints CEO

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Graci McGillicuddy, All Star Children’s Foundation’s co-founder and board chair, announced recently that the board of directors has appointed Sharon Ghazarian, Ph.D, as its new CEO. Dr. Ghazarian had served as All Star’s chief research officer since July 2020. Before she joined All Star, Dr. Ghazarian, was the former senior director for health informatics at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. “Dr. Ghazarian has brought a wealth of expertise, education and vision to All Star that has taken us to new levels,” says McGillicuddy. “She offers valuable experience from a variety of perspectives, including behavioral health, public health, social sciences and hospital medicine. We feel lucky and grateful that she will be leading All Star into its bright future.”

Dr. Ghazarian is a research methodologist and an expert in complex statistical analysis and research processes for medical, behavioral, and social sciences. In her career with Johns Hopkins and other health organizations, Dr. Ghazarian pursued methodological advances in healthcare data, with a particular focus on pediatric development. She has also contributed substantively to the field of parenting behaviors, parent-child relationships and family dynamics by applying robust techniques to examine mechanisms by which parenting and family interactions affect child and adolescent outcomes. Her resulting expertise encompasses behavioral health, public health, social sciences, and hospital medicine. She also has an extensive background as a methodology consultant for federally funded research grants.

For more information, visit allstarchildren.org

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