Senior Manager, Digital Solutions
Solution Owner, Electronic Immunization Registries
Jennifer Pancholi has 20 years of experience in health care policy, research and data analytics. Her career spans domestic and global health care, including service delivery innovation, evaluation and addressing health disparities in under-served communities.
As Senior Manager of Digital Solutions at VillageReach, Jennifer’s work focuses on developing partnerships and innovative solutions to improve the collection and use of digital health information in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), including electronic immunization registries. She also develops collaborations with private sector partners to contextualize predictive analytics and advance health outcomes, ensuring VillageReach’s work is aligned with best practices, country needs and donor priorities. Recently, she created and distributed a landscape analysis of electronic immunization registry implementation considerations in LMICs.
Prior to VillageReach, Jennifer worked at the research and consulting organization Westat, where she helped design a $3 billion National Institutes of Health study in 2006 – the largest health study in the world at the time – illustrating the environmental health of children. She also held positions at The Biostatistics Center and America’s Essential Hospitals, the leading association of U.S. hospitals and health systems providing care to under-served populations. Additionally, she served as a Legislative Assistant in the United States House of Representatives within the Office of Jay Inslee, managing his health care policy portfolio.
Jennifer has used her skillset in her volunteer work as well. She served as board member and co-executive director of Raising Resilience, a nonprofit providing parents with science-based information and approaches for improving social and emotional health of teens and young adults.
She received her Master of Arts in International Development and Master of Public Health from George Washington University.