Carly Thanhouser

Carly Thanhouser

Behavioral Scientist

Role: Carly applies behavior change theory and principles of positive psychology, behavioral economics, and motivational interviewing to inform software design, develop tailored content, and promote healthy behavior change and informed decision-making. She is particularly focused on improving awareness and understanding of mental health issues so that those who are struggling (don’t we all at some point?) feel supported and equipped to get to the other side.

Experience: Prior to joining AI, Carly worked at a small incubator working to bridge the gap between research and practice in Public Health. She also has a research background, working in both academic research and market research.Prior to joining AI, Carly worked at a small incubator working to bridge the gap between research and practice in Public Health. She also has a research background, working in both academic research and market research.

Education:

Master of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan School of Public Health
Graduate Certificate in Quantitative Methods, University of Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Wisconsin College of Letters & Sciences Honors Program