Carissa Greco first joined the BCSR in 2016 as a part-time Survey Administrator for the New Jersey Middle School Risk and Protective Factor Survey and the New Jersey Student Health Survey, she was then promoted to Research Project Assistant in 2017 for the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System projects. She spent multiple years working in both clinical and social research where she became skilled in patient enrollment and study management. She returned to the BCSR in 2021 as a Research Project Coordinator and is responsible for training and supervising interview staff and overseeing the collection and entry of data for the Development Disabilities Planning Institute (DDPI) and the Survey Research and Evaluation unit.
She received her Bachelor of Public Health in 2017 and Master of Public Health in 2020, both from Rutgers University. She is also the Board Secretary for Coastal Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM), a free clinic that provides healthcare to the uninsured.