“By employing a qualitative and quantitative approach to understanding the state of health, I help organizations define practical strategies and person-centered, relationship-based models of care. By applying a business lens to the resulting programs, I help them achieve the outcomes they intended.”
Maggie specializes in strategy development, research and evaluation, process design, and facilitation across a range of health-related sectors. Our clients benefit from her hands-on experience integrating multiple data sources and diverse perspectives to identify emergent strategy and develop innovative service delivery models; partnering with clients to design the processes, systems, tools and teams for implementing those strategies and models; and facilitating capacity-building, coalition-building and change mediation necessary to achieve the desired future state.
Over the course of more than 15 years, Maggie’s work has ranged from helping boards, executive teams, and communities codify and articulate compelling vision and strategy for their change initiatives, to developing and implementing practical tools that enhance organizations’ capacity to execute and assess the effectiveness of key health-related programs. In her work, she pursues a research-led, holistic data-driven approach integrating community engagement, qualitative and quantitative research methods to establish a deep understanding of communities, conditions and social determinants, resulting in well-designed strategies and solutions to pressing health challenges.
Maggie earned her Bachelor of Arts in business with a minor in math at Southwestern University and her Master of Public Health in health systems and policy at Johns Hopkins. She has contributed to research and written articles published by the World Health Organization, the International Union Against Cancer and Stanford Social Innovation Review.
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