Jewelle joined Ibis in 2017 as a Project Assistant. Prior to Ibis, she worked on a maternal/reproductive health project for the National Institute of Communicable Diseases and Wits Health Consortium. Jewelle’s past research work has been primarily quantitative, and she acquired most of her experience working in public hospitals and clinics in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her research work began with a study that aimed to determine the prevalence and severity of anaemia in HIV-infected pregnant women attending a public HIV clinic at a Johannesburg hospital. Jewelle received an Honours in Public Health from Monash University, South Africa.