Jennifer has dedicated her efforts and expertise to infection prevention program design through evidence-based science, research, education and consulting. She has nearly twenty years of experience in environmental and clinical microbiology and is board certified in infection prevention and control (CIC). As managing partner of OnSite-LLC, she is dedicated to improved clinical outcomes through data driven solutions and has worked in numerous hospitals both nationwide and internationally. Collaborative efforts to develop the use of Environmental Quality Indicators (EQI) for healthcare spaces have been validated in nearly 100 procedures and are published in the American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC), The Journal of American College of Surgeons (JACS), ASHRAE Journal and others. With OnSite’s multidisciplinary team of clinicians, microbiologist, epidemiologists, healthcare engineers and designers, she has worked to optimize the asepsis of critical spaces in hospitals and has developed the tools, with over one hundred thousand data points, to accurately predict the risk of microbial contamination in critical spaces in the built environment. Her future endeavors continue to explore innovative solutions for successful and prudent improvement of infection prevention.
Damon Greeley is an aerobiological engineer and co-Managing Partner of OnSite-LLC. For almost 30 years he has lead endeavors in research, planning, assessment, design, commissioning, infection prevention, and environmental monitoring of healthcare spaces and infrastructure systems. His vision is to continuously improve infection prevention in the healthcare operations environment through engaging innovation and creativity. As co-Managing Partner of OnSite-LLC he works with his business partner, Dr. Jennifer Wagner, CIC, investigate newer methodologies or technologies that improve infection control coupled with best life cycle costs. He is LUMA Institute (LI) trained, and facilitates human centered solutions that build consensus around the most advanced yet acceptable (MAYA) approach. Greeley serves on The Center for Health Design's EDAC Advisory Council and is charged with educating healthcare engineers on implementing Evidence Based Design. He received his professional engineering (PE) license in 2000, CEM (Certified Energy Manager) in 2004, HFDP (Healthcare Facility Design Professional) certification in 2005, CBCP (Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP) certification in 2006, EDAC (Evidence Based Design) accreditation in 2011, CHFM (Certified Healthcare Facility Manager) certification in 2016, and his certification in Infection Prevention and Control via the Certification Board of Infection Prevention and Epidemiology (CBIC) in 2020.