Karen is a junior studying Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. She has been deeply interested in adolescent reproductive health since high school. Together with her team, she is trying to rethink how sexual health is taught. She is leading the re-launch of their new teaching curriculum.
Jessica is a recent graduate of John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Master of Public Health '09). She has been involved in adolescent sexual health promotion and HIV prevention research and education since 2000 when she began her undergraduate studies at DePaul University (Bachelor of Science '04) in Chicago, IL. Jessica has specialized in developing behavioral HIV and sexual health prevention interventions for adolescent populations both domestically and internationally. She is proud to be connected to a student group with a profound commitment to educating Baltimore's youth.