Jessie Jaeger is a third year Master in Public Health (MPH) and Master in City Planning (MCP) dual-degree student at UC Berkeley pursuing a concentration in Environmental Health Sciences and Environmental Planning. Jessie graduated from UCLA in 2014 with a B.S. in Environmental Science, and a minor in Conservation Biology.

Domestically, Jessie has conducted research and prepared technical analyses on a wide variety of projects throughout the United States involving the evaluation of environmental conditions and regulatory compliance issues. Currently, she is conducting research with the Sustainability and Health Equity (S/HE) Lab at UC Berkeley to spatially analyze and widely communicate, through accessible bilingual online mapping and data visualization techniques as well as collaborative dissemination strategies, the potential impacts of coastal flooding due to sea level rise on disadvantaged communities. She has also conducted research internationally with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) on a multi-country liquid petroleum gas (LPG) intervention trial on household air pollution and health in Puno, Peru.