Jazmine Orazi is a researcher at AIR where she contributes to a variety of health services research projects. Orazi serves as the project director for a CMS Medicare-Medicaid dual eligible demonstration project. Orazi is experienced in patient and stakeholder engagement projects and has significant expertise moderating focus groups, conducting key informant interviews, and synthesizing data for client recommendations. In addition, she contributes to strategic capture planning and business development efforts for health policy projects. Other expertise include conducting primary qualitative research, research with Spanish speaking populations, and coordinating research partnerships with community-based organizations.
Prior to joining AIR, Orazi served as a research associate and project coordinator at the University of Texas-Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research (CHPPR). Her work at the CHPRR included leading quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis tasks for a National Cancer Institute study aimed at promoting smoke-free homes in low-income, Latino populations. While at the CHPPR, Orazi also worked on a public health intervention project aimed at increasing cancer screening and HPV vaccination rates in Houston, El Paso, and the Rio Grande Valley.
M.P.H., Health Services Research, University of Texas School of Public Health; B.S., Human Development and Family Sciences, University of Texas at Austin