Nathan Cook, MA

Data Coordinator

Rural Communities Opioid Response Implementation (RCORP)

Nathan Cook, M.A., is the Data Coordinator for the RCORP-Implementation grant program. In this role he serves as the lead evaluator for the program’s consortium where he collects, analyzes, and reports on RCORP-related data. He obtained a master’s degree in general psychology at Marshall University and has obtained several certificates in data analytics. Nathan has over 5 years of experience working in mental health- and social service-related fields. Initially, he worked a “boots on the ground” position as a case manager where he would manage a caseload of individuals with long-term, severe mental illness. After realizing the effectiveness of research and the power of analyzed data, Nathan decided to shift roles and has since worked in research and data-oriented positions. Nathan believes actionable insights can be derived from data, insights that can profoundly change communities for the better.

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