Jessica is an international development program manager, professionally well-rounded with global work and experience. She maintains proven excellence in program management, computing, research and organizational skills. She is a passionate problem solver with a penchant for multitasking. Jessica completed Peace Corps service in 2015, serving as a monitoring and evaluation officer for a district health team (Botswana) and most recently a program analyst for Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (Swaziland). A native of both the DC metro area and New Jersey, Jessica received her Master’s degree in Global Public Health from George Washington University, where she concentrated in Design, Monitoring and Evaluation of programs. During her degree program, she briefly worked and studied in Kenya. In the past, her development work and study has focused on mHealth, gender, HIV/AIDS and TB. Jessica received a BA in Biological Anthropology from Drew University, where she studied disease evolution and cultural interpretations of health and wellness.
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