Jennifer Harris Requejo: Global Financing Facility for Women’s, Children’s, and Adolescents’ Health, World Bank; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
Jennifer Requejo is currently a Senior Advisor at the Global Financing Facility for Women’s, Children’s, and Adolescents’ Health at the World Bank. Prior to joining the GFF, Jennifer was the Chief of the Health and HIV unit within the Division of Data, Analytics, Planning, and Monitoring at UNICEF Headquarters. Her portfolio involved leading the data and analytical activities of the immunization, HIV, and maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health teams and coordinating with other United Nations agencies and partners on the development of technical products. Jennifer has expertise in policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation, measurement, and qualitative and quantitative methods.
Lynn Kemp: Western Sydney University, Australia
Distinguished Professor Lynn Kemp is Director of the Translational Research and Social Innovation group in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University and Ingham Institute. Lynn has developed a significant program of community-based child health research that includes world and Australian-first intervention studies such as the Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home-visiting (MECSH) study and the subsequent right@home randomized trial of sustained nurse home visiting, and the Volunteer Family Connect study, the world’s largest trial of volunteer home visiting. She is extensively published and funded with over $20 million career research funding, five book chapters and over 100 peer reviewed publications.
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