Jennifer

Wheeler

Head of Strategic Research and Learning

PSI Global

Jennifer has over 15 years of post-graduate experience conducting and using research to design, improve, and evaluate global health programs. After earning her MPH and PhD in International Health and Development from Tulane University, she joined PSI in 2008 and has since served as the research advisor for Mozambique and Angola, the regional researcher for Latin American and the Caribbean, and most recently as the Deputy Research Director, where she provided management and technical support to regional evidence teams and lead the development of PSI’s Strategic Evidence Agenda. 

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1 constant in the 12 months since COVID

There’s been 1 constant in the 12 months since COVID started: women and girls’ health priorities do not pause for a pandemic. Amidst COVID, we’ve

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Equity and Equality in Global Health: Making Our Way

By Karl Hofmann, PSI President & CEO  “On behalf of Global Health 50/50, we would like to congratulate PSI for their strong performance in the

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Her Journey, Her Choice

This piece was originally featured on the DISC microsite blog. By Abigail Winskell, DISC Deputy Director. It might seem obvious that the development of sexual and reproductive health options, including self-injectable

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Preventing Malaria in Pregnancy in Mali

This piece was originally featured on the PMI Impact Malaria blog. Written by Katherine Kemp, PMI Impact Malaria Communications Coordinator. Contributions from Samba Coumaré and Cheick Traore, PMI

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PSI welcomes fearless leader Michele Goodwin to Board of Directors

January 2021 marked the exciting start of the latest term for PSI’s Board of Directors. So began the tenure of four new and returning talented Board members and new Board Chair Carolyn Brehm. We are conducting interviews with the

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Why Self-care? Why Now?

Originally featured on the Self-Care Trailblazer Group blog. On 18 February 2021, more than 180 participants across 39 countries and from 75 different organizations tuned

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