Jenné Johns, MPH a Philadelphia native, is a national health equity thought leader, author and advocate for reducing healthcare disparities. While advocating for the needs of her own son, Jenné wrote, Once Upon a Preemie, the first of its kind children’s book written for parents of preemies while in the NICU. A graduate of the Disparities Leadership Program at Harvard University Medical School, Jenné has over a decade experience advocating for policy, and community changes to improve health equity and health outcomes for low-income communities. She also led quality improvement and health equity transformation strategies with the nations largest health insurance companies. Jenné is Founder of Once Upon A Preemie Academy the first and only virtual training academy focused on delivering health and racial equity educational programs for perinatal and neonatal healthcare professionals.