JeNeen Anderson is the Senior Manager of Programs at The National Campaign. She is responsible for the organization’s work in addressing teen and unplanned pregnancy among youth in child welfare systems, including youth in extended foster care. She also provides support on other programmatic activities including: 1) the provision of training and customized technical assistance to states and communities around the country; and 2) developing systems-based approaches to address unplanned pregnancy among teens and young women for a myriad of sectors.
Prior to joining The National Campaign, JeNeen spent over 12 years working in the government and non-profit sectors developing programs and providing technical assistance in the sexual health arena. Most recently, JeNeen was the Prevention and Health Systems Integration Program Manager at the National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), where she managed activities related to prevention with HIV-positive persons, Data to Care and coordinated capacity building assistance (CBA) efforts across NASTAD’s Prevention and Health Systems Integration teams.
JeNeen holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Tennessee State University and a Master in Public Health with a concentration in Behavioral Science/Community Health from the University At Albany/SUNY.