Administrative Fellow, 1st year
Caleb attended Clemson University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Microbiology. While at Clemson, he was active in biomedical and microbial ecology research related to clinical innovations and public health. In 2016, he completed his graduate degree in Healthcare Administration at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. During graduate school, he worked with Allina Health to research the impact of integrative medicine therapies in various clinical settings. He also assisted with the development of a facility relocation plan for a critical access hospital in Wisconsin. Last summer, Caleb completed his administrative residency with Dignity Health in California. During his residency, he focused on projects related to patient experience and hospital satisfaction measures.
Caleb is interested in clinical operations and service line management. He is excited to have the opportunity to work at the largest children’s hospital in the country, and grow professionally under the guidance of a great leadership team. In his free time, Caleb enjoys hiking, playing golf and watching Cincinnati Reds baseball.
Administrative Fellow, 2nd year
Cailin earned her BA in Government from the College of William and Mary before moving to New York City to lead a client intake project for an asbestos litigation law firm. She then joined the American Institutes for Research where she provided support to the Health Policy and Research group for long-range and financial planning, quality assurance, hiring and staffing, and proposal production. In 2015, Cailin completed her Master’s of Public Health at the University of Michigan. While in graduate school, Cailin consulted with University of Michigan Health System leadership on the 2016 community health needs assessment implementation plan and the strategic alignment of community programs and services across the health system.
During the first year of her fellowship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH), Cailin served as an interim operations coordinator for the NCH mobile care center and operationalized hospital support services at eight new school-based primary care clinics. She conducted market analyses, developed business plans, facilitated an RFP process, and utilized process improvement tools to increase patient access to an outpatient clinic. At The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, Cailin will continue to leverage her public health training and growing skillset to support initiatives aimed at efficient, affordable, and quality health care. Outside of work, Cailin enjoys cooking, traveling to new places, and being outdoors.