Emma Jackson is a research project assistant for the Center on Gender Equity and Health in the Division of Global Public Health. Emma recently graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a Bachelor of Arts in Global Health, and a minor in Anthropology. Emma’s experience includes working for the Center as a student intern for two years prior to her full-time employment, where she gained experience working on domestic and international projects on adolescent sexual violence, sex and labor trafficking, and girl child marriage. Currently, she assists Dr. Anita Raj on projects focused on girl child marriage decision-making in India and Ethiopia, and on the social and behavioral risk factors of HIV domestically. Emma is dedicated to empowering women and girls globally.