Jennifer Rubio

Managing Editor, Health Research Group

Jennifer Rubio is managing editor of Worst Pills, Best Pills News and Health Letter, publications produced by Public Citizen’s Health Research Group. Prior to joining Public Citizen, Jennifer worked for 10 years as a copy and production editor in the Washington D.C. area, editing and ushering to print everything from surgeon general's reports to political almanacs to breaking news stories. She has a B.A. in English from Boston University with a minor concentration in Japanese language and literature, and spent a year in Japan teaching English.

In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys acting and singing onstage with local community theaters, and she has been known to "geek out" about TV, anime and games with her husband, Stephen

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