Jill M. Peterson is currently a Research Manager on FHI 360’s Maximizing Options to Advance Informed Choice for HIV Prevention (MOSAIC) project. MOSAIC’s goal is to generate, synthesize, and promote evidence to strengthen existing platforms for preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) service delivery and to facilitate introduction of new PrEP products. Peterson is managing study components related to rollout of the PrEP ring in Eswatini and improving monitoring and evaluation indicators for PrEP.
In addition, Peterson is leading work on equity in family planning for the Research for Scalable Solutions (R4S) project. She co-led the work to bring together a group of experts to draft a strategic planning guide on equity in family planning and is currently leading the efforts to assemble a global-level working group on the subject of equity in family planning a reproductive health. She has previously researched issues related to community-based access to family planning, pharmacy-based provision of family planning, and continuation of family planning methods.
Peterson is a member of the Health Services Research group at FHI 360 and has 12 years of research experience in developing countries. She has a master’s in Public Policy from the University of Minnesota and is pursuing a PhD in Global Studies at the University of Iceland.