Jessica Dean, MSPH, is a Project Specialist with the Healthy Campus Network under the Center for Community Health at the University of California, San Diego. She is responsible for program evaluation activities and assists with the convening of stakeholders and maximizing resources to promote and sustain health and well-being among the UC San Diego community.
Previously, Jessica worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a Public Health Associate where she assisted a tribal population with public health accreditation activities including grants management and reporting, conduction of a comprehensive tribal health assessment, data analysis, and translation.
Jessica received her Masters from Tuskegee University where she also earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Food & Nutrition Sciences. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Public Health with Walden University, and plans to use her career to address chronic disease among disparate populations.