Lacee A. Satcher
Lacee Satcher received her B.A. in Psychology from Tougaloo College in 2013, her M.A. (non-thesis) in Sociology from Jackson State University in 2015, and her M.A. in Sociology from Vanderbilt University in 2017. Her research interests include medical sociology, stratification and health, environmental justice, and political sociology. Her M.A. paper examined the socio-historical and political contexts underlying HIV criminalization in Florida. Her current work focuses on the intersection of social identities, health, policy, and the environment. Prior to beginning graduate studies at Vanderbilt, she worked in the public sector as a health insurance eligibility specialist for the State of Mississippi and a research assistant at My Brother’s Keeper, Inc.