Emma Mallonée is the Training Manager for Forefront Suicide Prevention. Prior to joining Forefront, Emma worked at the Washington Poison Center conducting a statewide community needs assessment and providing community-informed recommendations for the organization’s public health strategy. She has also applied her public health skills in a wide range of settings, ranging from HIV test counseling in San Francisco to prenatal care and contraceptive education in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She is an advocate for community engagement in public health interventions and is passionate about transforming research into sustainable practice. Emma holds an MPH in Community-Oriented Public Health Practice from the University of Washington and a BA in International Studies from American University.