Jeanette R Little received her undergraduate degree from Hope College, and her Master's degree from the Medical College of Georgia. With more than 25 years of industry experience, Ms. Little currently works as the Capability Area Manager with the Virtual Health Research Task Area at the Medical Research and Material Command for the United States Army. In this capacity, she oversees a research portfolio focused on future state, virtual health solutions for 2030 and beyond for the military environemtn. Since 2013, she has also worked as the Laboratory Manager of the Mobile Health Innovation Center at the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center.
In recognition of her professional contributions, Ms. Little has accrued numerous accolades and honors throughout her career. In 2018, she was recognized by Marquis Who's Who with a Humanitarian Award. Additionally, she and her team received the American Innovation Award from the Coalition for Government Procurement at their 2017 Excellence in Partnership Awards and U.S. Army's Greatest Inventions Award for 2010 for their innovative Mobile Health Care Environment Project. A Vesalian scholar, and she also received a Distinguished Alumnus of the Year honor from the School of Allied Health Sciences at the Medical College of Georgia in 2000.