Jessie Burch is an Associate for IHME Client Services, a social enterprise to engage with the private sector to support innovation at IHME. In that role, Jessie facilitates the utilization of IHME's robust population health findings within the private sector to advance IHME's mission of improving health outcomes through better health evidence.
Jessie has a crosscutting background, having worked in both the private and nonprofit sectors within multidisciplinary and multicultural organizations. Jessie previously focused on environmental public health and other environmental issues at Ross Strategic in Seattle. Prior to that, Jessie was a Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) Fellow with the United Nations World Food Program for Latin America and the Caribbean, where she worked to advance national efforts to improve food and nutrition security though social protection programs and policies. Jessie holds a dual Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Spanish from Trinity University.