Jade Croome is a Researcher at NPC Research. Ms. Croome has over 10 years of experience working in the areas of early child development, youth suicide prevention, substance use disorder prevention, and juvenile justice and crime prevention. She has worked closely with Native American Tribes, assisting with community outreach, facilitating community planning processes, and developing reports and dashboards using Tableau to support healthcare administration.
Ms. Croome is skilled at processing data, developing survey tools, and designing client products for the early childhood development project, Healthy Families Oregon. She works closely with Tribes in the Pacific Northwest, collecting and organizing data, providing technical assistance, and communicating with clients.
Ms. Croome graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science in Community Health.