Catrina D Jaime

Catrina Jaime
Assistant Adjunct Professor of Public Health and Health Equity
NSB 161

Professional Interests: Adolescent and young adult sexual and reproductive health, marginalized youth (juvenile justice involved youth, homeless and foster youth), community-based research, public health prevention and intervention programs


At Mills Since 2019


Maria Catrina D. Jaime is the head of the Public Health and Health Equity undergraduate program. Her primary roles include teaching, academic advising, directing the PHE program, coordinating PHE internship programs, as well as developing and expanding local community partnerships and networks. Dr. Jaime has expertise in community-based research related to violence prevention and sexual and reproductive health among adolescent and young adults, including marginalized youth (juvenile justice involved youth, homeless and foster youth). She recently conducted a community-engaged qualitative research study to understand the ways concepts of race and masculinity shape young men’s pregnancy intentions and attitudes towards partner communication, pregnancy, contraception, abortion, and family planning. Dr. Jaime is the co-chair of the American Public Health Association, Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Task Force and serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Contraception.


  • BS, University of California, Davis
  • PhD, University of Pittsburgh

Faculty Office Hours, Fall 2019

Days Times Room
W 1:15 pm–2:15 pm NSB 161

Spring 2021 Schedule

Day Time Course Title Room
  IN: Lincoln Pub Hlth Intern
T5:00 pm-6:30 pmCommunity Engagement
MW11:00 am-12:15 pmHealth Equity
TR11:00 am-12:15 pmHealth Equity
R5:00 pm-7:30 pmSenior Seminar

Courses Taught

  • PHE 001: Introduction to Public Health
  • PHE 003: Public Health Community Engagement Projects
  • PHE 100: Theories and Praxis of Health Equity
  • PHE 180B: Full Spectrum Doula Training
  • PHE 191: Senior Seminar