Jamie White acts as the Health Science Strategy and Relations Lead at the NIH Office of Research on Women’ Health (ORWH). In this position, she provides strategic guidance and consults with leadership concerning policy and programmatic challenges in science, health, and the biomedical workforce that are of significance to the agency. In addition, Jamie conducts a wide range of staff functions involving strategy, visioning, and process planning, as well as creating and maintaining external and internal partnerships through strategic engagement. Ms. White began her career at NIH as a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) – (STEM track), serving as the Special Assistant to the Director of ORWH. She has expertise in multiple disciplines, including women’s health, instrumentational analysis, analytical chemistry, behavioral neuroendocrinology, and policy, among a few others. She attained her graduate degree in neuroscience at Tulane University. Ms. White is a proud alumna of Spelman College and the Gates Millennium Scholars Program because of their commitment to promoting the academic excellence of diverse students. She understands the importance of diversity in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) and is passionate about diverse groups in biomedical careers succeeding. In her role at ORWH, Ms. White is grateful to have the opportunity to work on advancing science for the health of women and toward the advancement of women in biomedical careers, carrying on the mission and legacy of the office’s many programs and leaders that played such an important role in her own journey.

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