Jessica Wolfe Connor is a program management professional who excels at moving projects and programs forward in the health and behavioral sciences. She brings a deep knowledge of research operations and program development to her role as Director of Research Operations with the Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative, where she leads the research program management strategy. She specializes in assessing key factors needed for building consensus to successfully develop and sustain research projects and programs.
After graduating from King’s College with a B.A. in Political Science, Jessica was awarded an Eagleton Fellowship at Rutgers University, where she earned a master’s degree in Public Affairs and Politics. She has experience working in state government systems, has launched a domestic violence offender intervention program, and supported clinician-researchers in the proposal development process at the Penn State College of Medicine.