Tamala Carter

Tamala Carter holds dual roles as a senior community health worker and community-based research coordinator within the Penn Center for Community Health Workers. She has lived in Philadelphia for her entire life and has decades of experience with community outreach. Before joining the Penn Center for Community Health Workers, she worked with a community development corporation, going door-to-door to educate and organize residents in
her community. She has conducted over 400 in-depth interviews with lower-income patients and coauthored several publications detailing her findings. Her original patient interviews were used to design the IMPaCT model.

Publications by Tamala Carter