Jill Riemann brings a unique perspective to the Cognitive Bias Modification research team, which she joined in May 2016. As one of the project coordinators, she is the only member of the team who does not have a clinical background. Instead, she was tapped to be involved in this research due to her extensive resume in marketing and project management.
Jill has a heart for those who live with mental health issues. She has been active in a non-profit that raises money for those with anxiety disorders who cannot afford treatment, and she also volunteered on the Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation’s Fall Gala committee for several years.
“For me, the most rewarding aspect of being involved with the Cognitive Bias Modification research is that people anywhere, anytime may be able to access this program on their mobile device, and it may have great implications for a large number of people,” said Jill.
Jill earned both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.