Jamie Jobe is a research associate experienced in quality improvement, sexual/mental health, early childhood development, and substance use. Her interests focus on the intersection of these fields and how quality improvement and collaboration can improve outcomes for individuals and communities.
Jobe also serves as an instructional designer, creating online courses utilizing adult learning principles to distill complicated ideas into meaningful and approachable learning experiences.
Prior to EDC, Jobe served as a mental health counselor for women and families impacted by HIV. At the 2016 U.S. Conference on AIDS, she conducted and presented her research analyzing the relationship between substance use, intimate partner violence, and medical appointment adherence among women living with HIV.
Jobe holds a Master’s in Social Work and Public Health.