Administrative Fellow, 1st year
Cailin grew up in Virginia and Ohio and attended the College of William and Mary where she earned her Bachelor of Art in Government. Following graduation, Cailin led a client intake project for a law firm in New York City. She then joined the Health Policy and Research operations team at the American Institutes for Research in Washington, D.C. where she provided support for projects in long-range and financial planning, quality assurance of products, hiring and staffing, and proposal production.
In 2015, Cailin earned her Master of Public Health from the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health. While in graduate school, Cailin worked for the Community Programs and Services Department at the University of Michigan Health System. She consulted with senior leadership on both the 2016 community health needs assessment implementation plan and the strategic planning and alignment of community programs and services across the health system. She also collected and analyzed community benefit data for over 200 community programs managed by the health system.
Cailin plans to leverage her public health training in implementing new policy requirements and applying innovative thinking that will result in more efficient, affordable, and quality health care. Outside of work, Cailin enjoys cooking, being outdoors, and traveling to see family and friends.
Administrative Fellow, 2nd year
Jenn grew up in Dublin, Ohio and attended the Ohio State University for her undergraduate coursework in Biology and graduate coursework in Healthcare Administration. As an undergraduate student, she worked as a manager of student office associates and as a rehabilitation aide in a local orthopedic practice. Before starting her Master’s degree, Jenn supported clinical coordinators and pre-transplant patients at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Comprehensive Transplant Center. During graduate school, she worked with OSUWC’s Nursing Business Operations and the Division of Family Medicine, and completed her summer residency at Cleveland Clinic in the Regional Operations Institute.
Jenn is most interested in clinical program development and service line management, with a large focus on patient-centered care. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outside with her puppy and husband.