Kristen Ukeomah is a Research Assistant at the Center on Health Insurance Reforms (CHIR) at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. Her current research interests include how federal and state health insurance regulation can improve health outcomes and health equity for marginalized populations.
Prior to her position at CHIR, Kristen worked at Strategy&, a part of the PwC network, as a member of their Health Transformation practice. She specialized in health care strategy for national and large regional payers. She also previously worked as a Policy Fellow for members of the Philadelphia City Council.
Kristen earned her B.A. in Health and Societies, with a concentration in Health Policy and Law and a minor in American Public Policy, from the University of Pennsylvania.