Jennifer is a global public health professional with 10 years of experience in supporting governments, partners and country teams to strengthen health systems across Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. Jennifer also has over 5 years of experience in establishing and operationalizing strategic partnerships for expansion into new geographies, including strategy and budget development, team building and management. In her most recent role as Deputy Director for New Country Expansion at Living Goods, Jennifer developed Living Goods’ strategy and approach for entering into new countries, secured partnerships with the Ministries of Health in Burkina Faso and Ethiopia, and oversaw the implementation of Living Goods' operations in both countries.
Prior to Living Goods, Jennifer worked on the Global Vaccine Delivery team at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), providing technical assistance and strategic guidance on immunization program planning, budgeting, and accountability across 7 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. Jennifer has spoken at the Skoll World Forum and Zayed Sustainability Week, and has written or co-authored pieces in BMJ Global Health, Think Global Health, and Quartz Africa. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Middlebury College and a Master of Public Health from the Boston University School of Public Health.