Mary Quandt
Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis, Program Coordinator

Mary Quandt is a public health professional with a decade of experience in research, grant writing, coalition-building, and program evaluation. She currently works at the Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis (BHN), serving as program coordinator for both a SAMHSA-funded grant as well as BHN’s housing collaborative. Prior to BHN, Mary worked with the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation where she piloted a new standard-of-care intervention to reduce prenatal substance use, helped coordinate a state-wide collaboration of nurse educators, and engaged vulnerable populations in participatory program development. From 2013 to 2015 she served in Albania as a member of the U.S. Peace Corps, working with diverse stakeholder groups – from village clinics to the Ministry of Public Health – to implement USAID-funded training for rural nurses on breast and cervical cancer screening.

Mary received her Master of Public Health from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and her Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a member of the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society and is an active volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri and the St. Louis Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program. She loves data, plays the piano tolerably, and usually has entirely too much to say at book club.