Jean has served as a co-investigator in published studies examining the impact of Community Servings’ medically tailored meals on health outcomes and healthcare utilization and costs. Currently, Jean is the site principal investigator for two large-scale NIH studies examining the impact of Community Servings’ meals on health outcomes and quality of life for individuals with diabetes and food insecurity; for those with HIV, diabetes, and food insecurity; and for individuals receiving our meals through a MassHealth Section 1115 Demonstration. Jean is also on the Leadership Team of the Food is Medicine Coalition’s Accelerator Program. A graduate of Suffolk University Law School, Jean has worn many hats as a social justice attorney and advocate. Jean also holds a professional chef’s degree from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts, and serves on the Policy Committee of the Food is Medicine Coalition, on the Advisory Board of the Root Cause Coalition, as a member of the Board of Advisors for the Aspen Institute’s Food is Medicine Initiative.