Jennifer has served in large-scale public health systems implementing Electronic Medical Records as well as developing and implementing operational and legislative health policy for the majority of her career. She has been with Roche for the last 5 years working on innovative funding pathways for companion diagnostics and next generation sequencing and now serves as the Global Data Policy Strategy Lead for Personalised Healthcare in Switzerland. In this role she has developed a Global Data Policy Strategy and the associated tools to support countries in their pursuit of policy that eables health data ecosystems. She holds a Masters of Business Administration, a Masters of Public Health with a specialisation in Policy and her certificate in Data; Policy, Law & Regulation from the London School of Economics. She serves on the EFPIA Digital Health Working Group, BIO Digital Taskforce and Digital Europe's Digital Health and AI & Data Working Groups.