Elizabeth Jackson, MPH, is an experienced public health professional with more than 10 years of global and domestic health experience. Her work spans from leading clinical and operational quality improvement initiatives with community health centers in Massachusetts to population health and health system strengthening efforts with partners in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. She is knowledgeable in innovations for program implementation, operations analysis and management, project design, and evaluation. Her areas of expertise include maternal and child health, nutrition, infectious, and chronic diseases, and mental health and mindfulness-based interventions.
She currently works with the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers and yogaHOPE. In the past she has worked for the Harvard School of Public Health, the World Health Organization, Partners in Health, the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, and the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute.
Elizabeth Jackson's work is published in the International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care, BMC Infectious Diseases, and Yoga Service Journal.