Kaniqua Outlaw, MPH
MPH | East Carolina University | Health Behavior
B.S. | East Carolina University | Health Education & Promotion
Kaniqua Outlaw (she/her) serves as a Project Coordinator with RADx-UP (Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics Underserved Populations) in the UNC Center for Health Equity Research. She has experience in HIV education, outreach, research and community engagement. She earned her MPH with a concentration in Health Behavior, as well as a graduate certificate in Ethnic and Rural Health Disparities in 2014, both from East Carolina University. Outlaw previously earned a B.S. in Health Education and Promotion, also from East Carolina University, in 2008. Her research interests include understanding how to challenge existing power structures and achieve equity, particularly at the intersections of race and LGBTQIA+ identities, understanding and promoting interventions that focus on healing trauma, as well as promoting equity in the collection of health-related data within marginalized communities.