Jared Sheppard is a current MSPH Candidate in International Health and Certificate Candidate in Risk Sciences and Public Policy at Johns Hopkins University. He hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Boynton Beach, Florida but is currently based in New York City. His experiences reside in governmental policy as he has held positions at the United States House of Representatives, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Outside of his professional career, Jared is bilingual, a triplet, and a proud parent to his cat, Wiki.
The People-Planet Connection Discourse is helping the PHE community share knowledge by hosting several virtual dialogues.
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