Ms. Jenna Indarsingh is a Public Health Professional with expertise in various areas of public health such as medical microbiology, insecticide resistance testing, geographic information systems (GIS) and integrated vector management. She has worked as the Medical Laboratory Technologist 1 attached to the Medical Microbiology Laboratory (CMML) and the Vector Borne Diseases Unit, Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA). At the CMML, she acquired a unique skillset in advanced laboratory diagnostic testing techniques that crosscut areas of Virology, Bacteriology and Entomology. In addition to this laboratory skillset, she has engaged CARPHA Member States (CMS) in training of vector control personnel in strengthening regional health security through training in various techniques related to the prevention and control of arboviral and parasitic disease dynamics. Jenna now occupies the position of the CariVecNet coordinator and the application of her acquired combined skillset will benefit CARPHA and the CariVecNet regional and international stakeholders. Given the CariVecNet governance structure, she will act as the main focal point for the Technical Working Group (TWG) coordination and the direct liaison between the CariVecNet Steering Committee, TWGs and the CARPHA Secretariat.