Jen Dinh is a Project Manager and Supervisor in the Center for Evaluation and Survey Research at HealthPartners Institute. In this role, she develops and implements research and evaluation projects – overseeing tasks and timelines, managing stakeholder relationships, and leading deliverable development. With formal training and practical experience in survey methodology, she also serves as a resource for survey design and implementation. Jen has her Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of Minnesota, with a focus on Public Health Nutrition.
Conducting Institute research since 2015.
Education and training:
Master of Public Health, University of Minnesota, May 2016
Bachelor of Arts (Summa cum laude, Biology Honors), Concordia College, December 2013
Affiliations/other offices held:
CHIP Evaluation Advisory Committee
Research interests include: