Anne K. Sebert Kuhlmann, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Master of Public Health
Behavioral Science and Health Education
Introduction to Global Health; Global Health Assessment and Evaluation
- Ph.D., Health and Behavior Sciences, University of Colorado Denver and Health Sciences Center
- M.P.H., University of Michigan
- B.S., Anthropology and Spanish, Emory University
Community mobilization; health behavior; HIV/AIDS; international public health; maternal health; program planning and evaluation; and reproductive health
Publications and Media Placements
- Sebert Kuhlmann A, Gullo S, Galavotti C, Grant C, Cavatore M, & Posnock S. Women’s and Health Workers’ Voices in Open, Inclusive Communities and Effective Spaces (VOICES): measuring governance outcomes in reproductive and maternal health programs. Development Policy Review. (accepted)
- Sebert Kuhlmann A, Altman L*, & Galavotti C. The importance of community mobilization in interventions to improve sexual, reproductive, and maternal health outcomes: a review of the evidence. Health Care for Women International. (accepted)
- Altman L*, Sebert Kuhlmann A, & Galavotti C. Understanding the Black Box: a systematic
review of the measurement of the community mobilization process in interventions targeting
sexual, reproductive, and maternal health. Evaluation and Program Planning, 2015;
Honors and Awards
- Certificate of Recognition: Excellence in Teaching (Washington University)
- Behavioral & Social Science Working Group's Research Award, CDC
Professional Organizations and Associations
- American Evaluation Association, member
- American Public Health Association, member
Dr. Sebert Kuhlmann joined the College for Public Health and Social Justice in 2015
as an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and Health Education. She has an array
of international experience in public health intervention development and program
evaluation, and a well-established record of peer-reviewed publication in maternal
and reproductive health.
She currently collaborates on maternal health research with indigenous populations in the Andean Highlands of Ecuador and on the evaluation of community mobilization interventions to improve maternal health outcomes in Malawi. Locally, Dr. Sebert Kuhlmann works with St. Louis-based organizations involved in global health work, including Dignity Period and Microfinancing Partners for Africa.
In addition, she supports SLU’s partnership with the National Autonomous University of Honduras. Currently, she teaches Introduction to Global Health and Global Health Assessment and Evaluation, two required courses for the M.P.H. concentration in global health.