Jenn Rogers has been responsible for developing and leading key family planning, women’s health, and reproductive health projects and policy initiatives for the past 13 years. Currently, she directs the National Training Center for Coordination and Strategic Initiatives (NTC-CSI). The NTC-CSI collaborates with the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) and four other OPA-funded National Training Centers to develop training materials, resources, and events for family planning providers. Ms. Rogers also worked with the OPA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to create new recommendations to provide high-quality family planning services across the nation.
She also directs a new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) qualitative research project funded by the Office of Population Affairs to assess the factors that affect the sustainability of Title X centers, including costs, billing, reimbursements, network inclusion, and confidentiality.
Ms. Rogers is also deputy director of Altarum Institute’s Maternal and Child Health Workforce Performance Center to provide expert technical support to the Maternal and Child Health Bureau’s training and research programs to facilitate strategic planning and implementation, analysis and reporting of program data, communication and marketing initiatives, and engagement of grantees in program improvement efforts.
Before her employment with Altarum, Ms. Rogers was the Director of Programs and Policy at the Reproductive Health Technologies Project (RHTP). There she provided strategic direction and leadership to develop, implement, and evaluate programs and activities under RHTP’s contraceptive technologies, environmental health, and assisted reproductive technologies portfolios.
Ms. Rogers received her master’s degree in public health with a concentration in maternal and child health from Boston University and she is a mom to two amazing red-headed girls.