I am proud to tell others that I work for ACS and that I get to wake up daily to make a difference in this world. Working in cancer research has further opened my eyes to health inequities that many communities face. ACS has also encouraged me to take a serious assessment of my own health, especially since working primarily with the Accelerometry sub-study, which measures physical activity.”
As study coordinator of the Cancer Prevention Study 3 (CPS-3) Accelerometry sub-study for the Study Management team in Population Science, Jeshondria McCrary’s work mainly focuses on how physical activity and sedentary behavior affect the risk for developing cancer.
In this role, she:
McCrary also manages the resolution of discrepant National Death Index (NDI) records for Cancer Prevention Study II (CPS-II).
Some of McCrary’s early achievements at the American Cancer Society, include:
Jeshondria lives in Kennesaw, GA with her partner, Rashiid. She enjoys spending time with her family, swimming, Sunday brunch with friends, and catching up on a good show.