Jennifer Swanson, MPH
Global Epidemiology Fellow
Jennifer Swanson, MPH is a Global Epidemiology Fellow at the CDC working on CHAMPS monitoring and evaluation activities. She is in the second year of her fellowship with CDC. She spent the first year of her fellowship in Dar es Salaam at CDC-Tanzania working in the Division of Global HIV and TB as the Site Improvement through Monitoring System (SIMS) Coordinator for CDC-Tanzania’s PEPFAR program.
Prior to accepting the position in Tanzania, Jennifer graduated from Emory University in May 2016 with an MPH in Global Health. Jennifer joined the CDC global health family in October 2015 as a second-year graduate student in the Division of Global HIV and TB, Maternal and Child Health Branch on the Maternal and Infant HIV Team. Before beginning her graduate degree, she was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania (’11-’13) where she worked on an array of projects ranging from school-based HIV/Malaria education to pit latrine construction.