Enya Vroom, M.S.
Enya Vroom, M.S. is currently a Doctoral Candidate in the Behavioral and Community Sciences Ph.D. program at the University of South Florida, College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. She earned her Master of Science in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health, with a concentration in translational research and evaluation, from USF in 2017 and was a former Institute Scholar (Cohort 4). Her research and evaluation projects have focused on implementation of evidence-based practices targeting substance use prevention and social and emotional learning among child and adolescent populations as well as the integration of behavioral health services into school-based settings. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Behavioral Health Student Organization at USF, is a reviewer for the Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, and provides gatekeeper trainings for suicide prevention through Campus Connect at USF. In the future, Enya hopes to continue working in the field of implementation science research and practice and further assist with closing the research to practice gap in behavioral health.