Jessica Craig is the Associate Director of One Health Trust, Africa based in Kigali, Rwanda.
At the One Health Trust, Ms. Craig leads the Global Antibiotic Resistance Partnership (GARP) network to forward priority antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research and policy efforts in 15 countries in Africa and Asia. She collaborates with the World Health Organization to develop the AMR policy information and action brief series. Ms. Craig contributes to the Mapping Antimicrobial Resistance and Antimicrobial Use Partnership (MAAP), which collects AMR data in 14 African countries. She participates in the Global Pervasive Computational Epidemiology Expedition program to develop transformative and scalable computing and data science technologies to address fundamental problems in real-time epidemic science. Previously, Ms. Craig served as a primary investigator on the Traverse Project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Exploration grant program, to understand how to leverage fast-moving consumer good supply chains to disseminate health information and services in Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda. She also led the development of the African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for Common Bacterial Infections and Syndromes in partnership with the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ms. Craig received dual undergraduate degrees in Microbiology and English Writing from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master’s degree in Biostatistics and Epidemiology from George Washington University.