Jenn has over ten years of experience as a statistician and data scientist in fields ranging from telecommunications and software development to clinical research. She recently joined Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization as a consulting data scientist while continuing to work at T-Mobile in digital technology as a Sr. Business Analysis Manager. Her interests include developing technological solutions to increase access to healthcare in rural communities and using evidence-based strategies to tackle opiate use disorder.
Jenn is also finishing her Doctorate in Behavioral Health at Arizona State University and plans to graduate in May 2020. Her doctoral research is primarily focused on identifying healthcare needs and gaps in Southeast Asia and China with the goal of developing workforce training programs and integrating behavioral health into primary care. She also continues to teach math and statistics at Southern New Hampshire University, when time allows. She has taught at the university level for the past thirteen years and sees teaching as an opportunity to demonstrate the importance of problem-solving skills in the workforce and give back to the academic community.
Jenn earned a Master of Science in statistics from Texas A&M University, an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
IIBHN 2020 Presentation(s):
We Have All of this Data, Now What?
Friday, April 3rd, 2020. 2:45 – 5:30.
Conference Room 100D
- Participants will learn how to implement best practices in data collection and analysis.
- Participants will learn how to calculate the cost effectiveness of integrated behavioral health care.
- Participants will learn how to measure patient quality of life and perform a test for statistically significant changes in QoL.