Jennifer Wiley MHSE, CHES, CCRA

Mrs. Jennifer Wiley has been involved in the health education field for over 15 years. As a health educator, she has created numerous health education and training materials, including informed consent documents.

After graduating from the University of Florida with a Master's in Health Science Education, she became a Certified Health Education Specialist and was hired as a Public Health Prevention Specialist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While there, she served as a fellow with the National Center for Injury Research and Prevention and in the Office of Program Planning and Evaluation. After a one year stint in Atlanta, she moved to New Orleans, Louisiana to be a CDC representative at the Louisiana Office of Public Heath in the Injury Research and Prevention Section. She spent two years providing information to the public regarding injury prevention; conducting surveillance of traumatic brain injuries, homicides, and drowning; and working with the police department on domestic violence issues.

Mrs. Wiley returned to Florida in 2001 to work as the TB program manager for the Hillsborough County Health Department (Tampa, FL). In this position, she managed the program's personnel, conducted surveillance, assisted with TB case management, educated the public on the disease, and organized large scale targeted testing campaigns.

She had the benefit in 2003 of meeting the president of IMARC Research, Inc., she was hired as a clinical research associate and quickly learned that her skills in public health and health education could be used in the clinical research field. She became a CCRA and after 2 years with the company, she was promoted to the staff training coordinator; a position that allowed her to utilize her education training. Soon after, she was again promoted to the Director of Clinical Monitoring Services and is currently managing the company's monitors and clinical studies.


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