Ph.D., University of North Carolina Greensboro
M.S., Morgan State University
B.A., University of Central Florida
Wendasha Jenkins Hall is a research associate with the Georgia Health Policy Center’s global and population health team. Her areas of expertise include sexual and reproductive health, health equity, program monitoring and evaluation, community-based participatory research, and mixed-method research.
Jenkins Hall’s current evaluation projects include the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-supported Bridging for Health initiative, the Trinity Health-sponsored Transforming Communities Initiative, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Georgia Farm to Early Care and Education initiative.
Her research has appeared in AIDS Education and Prevention, Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, Illness, Crisis & Loss, Culture, Health & Sexuality, Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.