Jane Hagemann brings to management4health over 10 years of experience in project management, supervision, strategic planning, and implementation of multi-partnered, large-scale international public health programs at the global, national, and community level in sub-Saharan Africa. Jane’s passion is to improve health services and access for women and children, scale up programs around infectious disease prevention, and look at innovative ways to transfer knowledge to vulnerable populations and strengthen local capacity to help foster sustainability. She has worked as an independent public health expert and a full-time employee for German consulting firms, U.S. non-governmental organizations, and leading universities. Before joining m4h, she worked for SEEK Development GmbH in Berlin, where she developed an analytical framework to assess the commitments made to the WHO’s Global Strategy for Women’s Children’s and Adolescents’ Health, contributed to a donor landscaping and prioritization activity for Malaria No More UK by building its European strategic advocacy, and led the development of the UK profile of Donor Tracker, an online resource that offers analysis of OECD donors. Prior to SEEK, she worked for Jhpiego in Washington, DC on their USAID-flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program, where she supported the integration of WHO guidelines around malaria in pregnancy into national strategic plans and training modules in Liberia, Kenya, and Tanzania. Prior to Jhpiego, Jane worked at Abt Associates in Washington, DC where she provided managerial and technical support to indoor residual spraying and enhanced entomological monitoring projects in Mali, Benin, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She supported the project’s work by actively promoted gender equality and identified innovative approaches to reduce project costs through the use of mobile technology. Prior to Abt Associates, she managed a bed net durability study in Zambia with the CDC, U.S Peace Corps, and the U.S President’s Malaria Initiative where she developed study questionnaires, trained research volunteers, and liaised with the government on study progress. Jane served as a Community Health U.S. Peace Volunteer in Togo, holds a Masters in Public Health from New York University, and a Bachelors of Arts in Communication from the University of Colorado.
At m4h, Jane works as a Senior Project Manager and is responsible for the identification, preparation, and implementation of projects as well as the recruitment of public health experts.