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Leah Isquith-Dicker

Senior User Researcher, Teladoc Health

Leah Isquith-Dicker holds a PhD in Biological Anthropology from the University of Washington, an MPH in Global Health also from the University of Washington, and a BA in Anthropology from Emory University. In her time at UW, she conducted ten months of fieldwork in Peru as a Fogarty Scholar where she conducted mixed-methods research to explore the associations between women’s social networks, food security, and nutritional health. Leah uses perspectives from evolutionary biology, anthropology, and public health to inform community-centered public health programs and policies. Her interests include maternal and child health, nutrition, and urban health.

Leah has experience as a Senior Researcher at a local fin-tech start-up, Remitly. Remitly is a global money transfer company focused on helping immigrants around the world send money home to their families. She served on the Consumer Insights team where she conducted mixed-methods research to support marketing, product, customer support, and other teams across the company to unlock strategic business insights.

Leah currently works as a Senior User Researcher at Teladoc Health.