Meet our Students

 

Betsy Q. Cliff
Betsy Q. Cliff
Betsy Querna Cliff is a doctoral student in the department of Health Management and Policy at UM’s School of Public Health.  Her research interests include insurance benefit design, consumer engagement in health care costs and the effect of demand-side interventions to manage health care costs.  She has recently been involved in several V-BID initiatives, including updating the regulations around high-deductible health plans and evaluating a state employee V-BID intervention. Betsy graduated from Dartmouth College and the Columbia University School of Journalism.
Ashley Haglund
Ashley Haglund
Ashley is currently a first year graduate student pursuing a Master of Health Services Administration and a certificate in Health Informatics at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health.  She graduated from Michigan State University in 2012 with a BA in Professional Writing and a BS in the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science.  She previously worked in health care marketing and communications in Pasadena, California.  Her interest areas include consumerism in health care, quality metrics and reporting, and mental and behavioral health care.
Marianthi Hatzigeorgiou
Marianthi Hatzigeorgiou
Marianthi is a Master in Health Services Administration student, concentrating in Global Health Management and Policy, at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health.  She graduated from Indiana University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience, and Bachelor of Science in Human Biology.  After her Bachelor’s degrees, she worked as a program supervisor at Parkview Health in Fort Wayne, Indiana, creating multidisciplinary preventative clinics.  Her interests include multidisciplinary “mobile home” models, global health, and strategy and operations in relation to value-based care.
Kristen Lunde
Kristen Lunde
Kristen is a first year graduate student pursuing a Master of Public Health in Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.  She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013 with a BA in Political Science and International Studies.  Prior to returning to school, she worked in population health and policy at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the International Rescue Committee in Washington, DC.
Sarah Rubin
Sarah Rubin
Sarah is currently a first year graduate pursuing a Master of Public Health in Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health.  She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012 with a BA in Urban Studies and Medical Anthropology.  She previously worked at L&M Policy Research, a health services research and consulting firm in Washington, D.C.  Her interests include consumer decisions regarding insurance, improving health equity, and population health.