Jasmine Nicole Namata

Jasmine Nicole Namata supports clients with research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

She applies her background in global public health to a broad range of client projects.

Prior to joining Avalere, Jasmine held a variety of internship positions, including an internship with US Department of Agriculture to find new and sustainable strategies to controlling invasive species and protect people pathogen transmission. Additionally, she has worked with Ubongo, Inc., in Tanzania, as an in-country research and evaluation intern, where she collaborated with the pre-production team and local schools to enhance the organization’s health and educational messages for show content. 

Jasmine has a BS in behavioral and community public health from University of Maryland, College Park.

Authored Content

The convergence of the seasonal influenza and the current COVID-19 vaccines will merge several distribution considerations for a diverse group of stakeholders.

Tune into our first episode of Avalere’s Journal Club Review podcast series on Avalere Health Essential Voice. In this segment, Courtney Ramus, Consultant in the Center for Healthcare Transformation and Jasmine Nicole Namata, Associate in the Associate Immersion Program discuss the findings, themes, and relevant application of a contemporary healthcare publication.