Jarrett is joining Redstone after interning in the Public Policy Department at Adventist Health System, where he spearheaded a research project to study rising healthcare costs, social determinants of health, and food insecurity.
At Yale University, Jarrett studies economics, history, and policy. He is a founding member of the Urban Philanthropic Fund, an organization that works closely with, and provides grants through its own fundraising efforts and investments, to a variety of New Haven nonprofits. He designed the group’s webpage for an initial fundraising drive and researched healthcare investment opportunities for the club.
Jarrett is active in politics, phone banking, knocking on doors, and texting voters during recent election cycles. He helped Floridians navigate the complexities of the VA and Social Security networks while interning in Senator Bill Nelson’s office. In high school, he founded a club to give back to veterans and service members, organizing schoolwide goods drives and fundraisers and coordinating volunteer opportunities at the local VA health center. Jarrett was honored to have the opportunity to intern at the Congressional Medal of Honor Society in Charleston. He continues to volunteer at his local VA hospital and at events such as the National Veterans Wheelchair Games when he is back home in Orlando, Florida.
Jarrett enjoys snow skiing, travel, watching college football, and playing with his black lab, Bodie, and frequently organizes movie nights with his friends.
Yale University, B.A. Economics