Clare Viglione graduated from Columbia University in 2013 with a Masters in Public Health. At Columbia, Clare worked in the Population and Family Health Department on the Getting Ready for School project and on SKIP!, the toddler physical activity intervention in Early Head Start. Clare has held research positions with Harvard Prevention Research Center, Boston Medical Center, and New York University in addition to health education roles with Harlem Children’s Zone and the New York City Department of Health. Clare also completed a Dietetic Internship at Harvard Medical School/ Brigham and Women’s Hospital to become a Registered Dietitian and has practiced primary care clinical nutrition focused on diabetes and women’s health. Clare is pursuing a Doctorate in Public Health at San Diego State University & UC San Diego with plans to develop equitable, cost-effective familial interventions targeting social-emotional development and childhood obesity.