Sheri Doyle is a manager with Pew’s substance use prevention and treatment initiative. In this role, she oversees research and policy analysis to inform state and federal efforts to expand access to substance use disorder treatment. She also manages the project’s health equity strategy, embedding this priority into the project’s research and policy work. Additionally, Doyle worked on the project’s prevention goals, which included increasing the use of state prescription drug monitoring programs by prescribers.
Before joining Pew, Doyle worked for the National Association of County and City Health Officials, where she helped strengthen the capacities of local health departments to effectively address the causes of injury and violence in their jurisdictions.
Doyle holds a bachelor’s degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins University and a master’s in public health from Emory University.