Francyne Wase-Jacklick is the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Health Planning, Policy, Preparedness & Epidemiology at the Ministry of Health & Human Services- RMI. Her background spans the fields of public health, communications, program planning, grant management and community based social services, while her specific interest is in advancing an evidence-based approach in the development of public health policy that addresses community-level health and social problems. Drawing on a broad range of experience, including communication and liaison officer for the Zika outbreak in the Marshall Islands and health planning lead for the health ministry in the recent United Nations consultation on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, she has also been in involved with in-country social development projects for women and children, particularly distribution of Smokeless Stoves in the Outer Islands of the Marshall Islands. Prior to returning to her hometown, Majuro, Marshall Islands as the Primary Health Care Administrator, she worked at the Institute for Human Services, a homeless shelter in Honolulu, Hawaii as the Community-Based Case Management Program Coordinator.
Francyne is a graduate of Hawaii Pacific University with a degree in Biology and is a candidate for a Master's in Business Administration at the University of South Pacific.
Other Participants of ELDP Pacific Class of 2019
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CNMI participant Frankie Eliptico represented the 2015 class of the Graduate School USA’s Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). Twenty-two (22) participants from throughout the U.S. affiliated insular areas represented the … [more]
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Twenty (20) participants from throughout the insular areas represented the 2011 graduating class of the Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). ELDP graduation ceremonies were held on May 8, 2011, at the East-West … [more]
Calvert Birmingham was selected to represent the graduating class of the Graduate School USA’s Executive Leadership Program this past summer. Calvert currently works with the US Virgin Islands’ Department of … [more]