jess miller clouser
Jess’s duties at iwin revolve mostly around research. She currently manages the Thoroughbred Worker Health and Safety Study, but also provides support for other research projects as needed. Specifically Jess works on grant writing, project management, conducting literature reviews, designing interview protocols, conducting interviews, and analyzing data. She also writes and edits content for academic and applied research reports and articles, and co-manages the website.
Jess earned a Master’s of Public Health, a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish and minor in Anthropology from the University of Kentucky where she was also a Singletary Scholar and a Gaines Fellow.
I enjoy taking classes at UK. Sometimes the only classes available are during working hours, but because I can flex my schedule to accommodate them, it isn't a problem. I can make up the time by coming to work early, staying late, and/or working from home. Having that flexibility makes a huge difference in my ability to manage my work and other goals.