Leila Sullivan, M.S.P.H.


Leila Sullivan, M.S.P.H. is a Research Fellow at CHIR. Her research focuses on expanding access to affordable health care coverage and Medicare coverage at the state and federal levels. 

Before joining CHIR, Leila worked as a Healthcare Consultant at TransformCare Inc. where she conducted diagnostic evaluations and data analysis of primary care and behavioral health clinics on military bases. With this data she recommended and led implementation efforts utilizing new and innovative health technologies within the Military Health System to move from a productivity-driven model to a value-based care model. Leila has previously worked on research projects with the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Policy and Research and FEMA providing home injury prevention measures to homes on Native American reservations, as well as with the Johns Hopkins Pharmaceutical Policy team focusing on environmentally friendly health technologies and the legislation associated with promoting and encouraging them. 

She received B.A.s in Public Health and Spanish from Agnes Scott College, and a Masters of Science in Health Policy and Management from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.