Emma Jackson (she/her) is a public health researcher who aims to support the delivery of effective, non-harmful health services and systems that enable equitable achievement of health and wellbeing for all and disrupt systemic inequality and oppression. As a Research Project Manager at the UC San Diego Center on Gender Equity and Health, Emma works with a dynamic team to manage evaluations of two state-wide sexual violence prevention programs: the California RPE Program and Close to Home. Emma has a master’s in public health from Emory University and has worked in the field of gender inequality and health research for the past eight years. She is committed to prioritizing and centering community engagement and health equity in her work.