Jennifer Hatfield is leading many innovative research projects around the world on behalf of Canada and the University of Calgary. As a Senior Mentor for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research, she participated in post-conflict reconstruction leadership development projects with health sector, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, civil service and NGO professionals in Afghanistan. As co-chair of the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Task Group on Global Health Research Partnerships, Jennifer was part of an international leadership team working to promote and improve partnerships between researchers in Canada and lower- and middle-income countries. She is committed to global health challenges related to maternal, newborn, child, and women’s health and to ensuring that the next generation of researchers and clinicians will be ready for the future as global citizens.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),
Social Determinants of Health,
Gender & Health,
Governance & Administration,
Sexual & Reproductive Health