Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Undergraduate: Rice University
Major: Bioengineering 2010
Gained from fellowship:
I gained the knowledge of how to transition a global health device from design and development, to clinical evaluation, to large-scale distribution and evaluation, and I witnessed firsthand the impact that global health technologies can make in society.
Jocelyn graduated from Rice University in 2010 with a BS in Bioengineering and a minor in Global Health Technologies. She worked with Rice 360° to develop the Pumani bCPAP and relocated to Malawi to support the Pumani clinical trial and national scale-up. She joined Rice 360° partner 3rd Stone Design in 2014 as a Product Manager to finalize and launch the commercial Pumani product in emerging markets. She is currently completing her MBA at the University of California Berkeley.