• University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D., 1979
  • Bucknell University, B.A., 1972
  • B602 Intervention Design in Public Health
  • B701 Advanced Health Behavior Theory for Research
  • B589 Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health
  • (2011) Team Technical Award, For changing the way NGOs, USAID, and other counterparts design behavior change interventions based on the success of AED’s signature BEHAVE framework with Carol Baume, Ann Jimerson, Julia Rosenbaum, Carol Schechter and John Strand, FHI 360, Washington, DC
  • (2009) Outstanding Researcher Award, School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
  • (2013 – Present) Member, Global Health Evidence Review Team for Evidence Summit on Enhancing Child Survival and Development in Lower and Middle-Income Countries by Achieving Population-Level Behavior Change. Global Health, United States Agency for International Development, Washington, DC and New York, NY
  • (1997-2004), Senior Vice President, Director of Center for Applied Behavioral and Evaluation Research, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC
  • (2013-Present)   Member, Editorial Board, Social Marketing Quarterly
  • Macy, J. (Principal Investigator), Middlestadt, S.E., Arrieta, A., Wilson, G., & Jay, S. (Co-Investigators). Evaluating the cost benefit of a contingency management intervention to reduce smoking among pregnant women in Indiana. (Indiana State Department of Health, 10/2013–9/2016, $904,990)
  • Principal Investigator & Officer in Charge. Study of tobacco industry documents: Marketing to women. (National Cancer Institute, CA098342, 2003-2007, $1,451,129)