Lillie Jackson, MPH earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Fisk University and a Master’s in Public Health from Saint Louis University. Mrs. Jackson has worked in Emergency Preparedness for Saint Louis University and as an Epidemiologist with the City of Saint Louis Department of Health for more than a decade. Mrs. Jackson has extensive experience analyzing data through the use of nationally recognized software including Statistical Package for the Social Science (SPSS).
Notable organizations that Mrs. Jackson has worked with are Saint Louis City Department of Health, Saint Louis University School of Public Health, Washington University in St. Louis, BioMerieux Incorporation, and Forest Park Hospital. Mrs. Jackson is a successful public health practitioner with extensive experience in program evaluation, data analysis, health promotion, disease prevention, program development, and health community outreach. Mrs. Jackson has provided extensive reviews and evaluated disease reporting and surveillance systems and prepared reports for program administrators. She has also served as a liaison for the Institutional Review Board.
Mrs. Jackson serves on the following committees: Child Fatality Review Panel, Faith Communities Joined for Health (Chair), Faith Based Emergency Preparedness, Sudden Infant Death (SIDS) Safe Sleep Task Force, Women of Color (WOC) HIV/AIDS Education, Infant Mortality Review Panel, Operation Weather Survival, Eastern District Epidemiology, Department of Health Grant Writing, STARRS (Saint Louis Area Regional Response System), Youth Violence Prevention Program. In her role as the SIDS Resource Center Safe Sleep Task Member, Mrs. Jackson provided data collection and analysis support. She also serves as a Board Member for both the SIDS Resource Center and the Asthma and Allergy Foundation, St. Louis Chapters. In addition to the aforementioned accomplishments, Mrs. Jackson is a published author and proven researcher.