Samantha Bourque Tucker
Samantha Bourque Tucker joined Healthcare Georgia Foundation in July 2016 after receiving a Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology from Georgia State University’s School of Public Health. As the Evaluation Manager, she is responsible for coordinating and evaluating strategies for the Foundation’s grantmaking programs and initiatives, including The Two Georgias Initiative to achieve greater health equity among rural Georgians. Samantha also manages the Georgia Evaluation Resource Center (ERC), a suite of evaluation tools and services provided and managed by the Foundation to help nonprofit health organizations achieve better outcomes.
Prior to joining Healthcare Georgia Foundation, Samantha served as a consultant for Porter Novelli where she supported research and development efforts resulting in audience segments and message developments for tobacco cessation. She serves on Georgia State University’s School of Public Health Alumni Board, and was previously on the Piedmont Healthcare Community Benefits Grant Review Committee.
Samantha earned her Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology from Georgia State University’s School of Public Health. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with minors in Public Health and Classical Culture from the University of Georgia.