Jeannine Warner

Jeannine Warner, MBA

Research Analyst

Summary

Ms. Warner serves the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine as the Health Workforce Research Analyst for the Office of Statewide Initiatives. She performs health workforce research, evaluation, data analysis, and report writing. Additional responsibilities include updating health workforce databases and the Nevada Health Workforce Research Center (OSI) website, and assisting with production of and presenting OSI research reports and publications.

Ms. Warner brings to the university more than 15 years of experience working for the State of Nevada. Ms. Warner began in 2004 with the Nevada Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). She advanced to agency Director in 2011 and worked under the NSHE Chancellor’s and Nevada State Governor’s offices. In her role, Ms. Warner supported, advised and carried out the duties of the Nevada WICHE Commission, and served as Nevada’s representative and administrator for the Regional WICHE’s student exchange programs and the agency’s health workforce development programs. Collaborating with key partners in higher education, state workforce, health care and economic development, she administered legislative, fiscal and programs activities including biennial budget development and management, strategic planning, programs development and management, research and analysis, and marketing and outreach.

Prior to WICHE, Ms. Warner was a founder and grants manager of Positive Behavior Supports-Nevada (PBS-NV), a grassroots program offering behavioral training to individuals who support people with severe developmental disabilities. Previous to PBS-NV, Ms. Warner worked as a commercial property manager in Santa Barbara, California.

Ms. Warner has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of California, Santa Barbara and a Master of Business Administration from University of Phoenix. She is a State of Nevada Certified Contracts Manager and serves on the board of the Nevada Primary Care Association.