Janet Ojeda (JBS)

Janet Ojeda

Janet Ojeda serves as a Deputy Project Director at JBS International, Inc. Ms. Ojeda has been a technical assistance provider for more than 16 years. Based in Marietta, GA, her work supports communities working in opioid response, mental and community health, substance misuse prevention, suicide prevention, victim services, and sexual violence prevention.

Ojeda’s educational background is in public administration and psychology, and her work has supported the Health Resources and Services Administration, Centers for Disease Control, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Department of Justice, Administration for Community Living, and several state-funded initiatives. Ms. Ojeda’s experience includes project management, program implementation, community readiness and needs assessments, strategic action planning, sustainability planning, training, and stakeholder engagement. In addition, she has experience with evaluation planning, design, and implementation, data collection, logic modeling, and reporting. Her multicultural and military-family roots have grounded her expertise and ability to provide culturally appropriate, individualized, and community-based training and technical assistance. She has extensive experience working with Latinx, Asian, and Asian Pacific Islander communities, and Tribes and Tribal organizations.

What I like about RCORP“I am most proud of the relationships I have established with the communities I have had the opportunity to support. Rural communities are so resilient and innovative, and I am constantly amazed at the depth and breadth of the work being done to prevent and treat substance and opioid use disorders (SUD/OUD), and support individuals in their recovery from SUD/OUD. It is my absolute honor to serve these communities in their efforts to improve outcomes across the country. I am also very proud to work with such skilled and talented colleagues who bring a wealth of expertise, passion, and expectations of excellence to ensure the support we offer grantees is unmatched.”

Ojeda brings her vast experience to every interaction and prioritizes relationship-building, which is critical to building lasting and meaningful partnerships. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her two nieces, Willow and Skye.  At every opportunity, Ojeda enjoys reading and spending time connecting with the healing power of nature with her dogs and horse.