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Jennifer Nelson is a Specialist in Digital Health Solutions for the Social Protection and Health Division of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Jennifer Nelson, MPH, is a Senior Digital Health Specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank based in Washington, DC. Currently, she co-leads the Social Protection and Health Division’s approach to digital transformation, leading the division’s digital health team, which provides technical support to IDB’s digital health transformation portfolio to help public sector clients harness digital tools to improve quality, access, and equity in healthcare and public health. From 2010 to 2018, she served as a Learning, Innovation, and Technology Officer in the coordination unit of IDB’s Salud Mesoamerica Initiative in Panama. Jennifer has worked and conducted research in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the United States with Case Western Reserve University, PAHO, and the Cleveland Department of Public Health. Jennifer received her Master of Public Health and bachelor’s degree in Economics, Public Health, and Spanish from Case Western Reserve University. She has completed all course work for a master’s degree in Health Informatics from the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires. You can learn more about her work in IDB blogs or in her publications on Google Scholar.