Jane Fox, M.P.H.

Senior Project Director, Principal Investigator

Photograph of: Jane Fox, MPH, Project Director

Jane Fox has over 20 years of experience working with Ryan White Programs in the field of HIV care and services. She currently is the principal investigator for the Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Intervention Dissemination and Evaluation Center, a multisite implementation and patient outcome evaluation of four evidence-informed interventions, a project funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) HIV/AIDS Bureau. Jane also works as a member of the Med-HEART team, providing evaluation oversight and technical assistance to 3 demonstration sites, and on Improving Access to Care: Using Community Health Workers to Improve Linkage and Retention in HIV Care, a recently funded HRSA initiative. Other current projects include Project CAATCH and Project REACH.

Jane’s previous work at the Center for Advancing Health Policy and Practice (CAHPP) includes serving as the principal investigator for the Minority AIDS Initiative Retention and Re-Engagement in HIV Care Project, a HRSA-funded multisite evaluation of a peer intervention to re-engage and retain in care people of color who are living with HIV and also have mental health and/or substance use comorbidities. Jane worked with the University of California San Francisco on the HRSA-funded Systems Linkages and Care Initiative to High Risk Populations Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center. She also served as the project director for the HRSA Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center on Increasing Access to Oral Health Care for Persons with HIV Initiative (ECHO) where she worked directly with 15 sites funded to implement innovative programs that eliminate barriers to oral health care for patients with HIV.

Jane began her career as the executive director of the Nevada AIDS Foundation and has since held numerous positions at the community, state, and regional levels to promote HIV care and services. Prior to joining CAHPP in 2007, she worked at the Southeast AIDS Training and Education Center at the Emory University School of Medicine, conducting needs assessments and trainings at community clinics and organizations across the Southeast. She was a contributing editor to a journal supplement for Public Health Reports on the oral health initiative, and has served in leadership roles for two statewide HIV planning councils.