As Program Coordinator, Jenna was instrumental in operational and programmatic support for HaSET and its nested research studies, especially within the ANC/PNC Collective. Jenna is a native Floridian and recent graduate of the Combined Degree Bachelor’s/Master of Public Health program at the University of Florida, earning her Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and Cell Science and MPH in Environmental and Global Health. As a Clinical Research Associate in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at UF Health and a Research Assistant in the Department of Environmental and Global Health at the University of Florida, her research experiences prior to joining HaSET focused primarily on child health and development, both in the United States and sub-Saharan Africa. For her MPH practicum, Jenna spent the summer working with two BMGF-funded project teams at Haramaya University in Ethiopia, both focused on understanding the impact of Campylobacter spp. on children in rural kebeles. While there, she was heavily involved in the development and implementation of a pregnancy and birth surveillance system across the Haramaya woreda, and has enjoyed continuing to do work based in Ethiopia as a member of the HaSET team.