Jacquelyn Rudich is a Policy Analytics intern at CHRT. She is responsible for conducting system mapping and best practice analyses of the senior services system in Washtenaw County for the Vital Seniors project in collaboration with the Washtenaw Health Initiative. She is also working to support other team projects through conducting research and literature reviews on topics like single point of entry and Medicaid managed care.
Prior to joining CHRT, Jacquelyn worked for a year and a half at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York as a Center for Home Care Policy and Research intern, where she contributed to a primary data collection project focusing on stroke recurrence prevention and hypertension control in minority communities. She has also interned with the Center for Health Equity at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Jacquelyn holds a BA in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris and a BA in Comparative Literature and Society from Columbia University. She is currently an MPH candidate in Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.