Chicago, Illinois, United States
I am an experienced health policy analyst with interests in public health promotion, health care coverage and access, health equity, quality improvement and bioethics.
During my time in this field I have gained substantive skills in the areas of quantitative research, policy development, data analysis and project management while working for organizations such as the American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Research Triangle Institute, International.
I have also gained expertise by earning graduate degrees in public policy from Georgetown University and in bioethics from the University of Virginia, in addition to my present pursuits as a doctoral candidate in Health Systems Management at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
I ultimately aim to develop and advocate for policies that will enhance public health and promote equitable access and outcomes, particularly among vulnerable patient populations