Shelby Webb, MPH, joined the CTC-SRH in 2018 after obtaining her master's degree. She is the program manager for evaluation and website administration. Shelby has also conducted research for the CTC-SRH, including two Title X Network Clinical Needs Assessments, an NCTCFP Report Card, and publications related to Simulation Training, Fertility Awareness Based Methods, Virtual IUC training, and the CTC-SRH’s Clinician Cafes.
Shelby earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in Genetics from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, and was awarded the Campanile Award and named a Woman of Distinction upon her graduation. As an undergraduate, Shelby was the Director of a student-run service-learning program, Alternative Breaks. She earned her Master of Public Health with a concentration in Social and Behavioral Health from the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas, and was awarded the Analee E. “Betsy” Beisecker Public Health Excellence Award due to her capstone work. Her project involved data triangulation using medical records, health literacy tests, and interviews to validate Pap tests in formerly incarcerated women. Shelby is a member of the American Evaluation Association, received a certificate in Data Analytics, and was previously certified as a Family Planning Health Worker.
Shelby lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her wife and two cats. Shelby enjoys reading, video games, and breakfast foods, and dreams of having a backyard garden.