Clare Churchouse is a program associate for delivery system reform at The Commonwealth Fund. In this role, she is responsible for providing daily support for the Health Care Delivery System Reform Program. She also supports the Mongan Commonwealth Fund Fellowship program in Minority Health Policy at Harvard University and the Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowship program through the New York Academy of Medicine. Ms Churchouse was recently promoted, having worked as executive assistant and research associate for the executive vice president for programs at The Commonwealth Fund.
Ms. Churchouse moved to New York City from the United Kingdom in 2000 to participate in the International Studio & Curatorial Program. Prior to joining the Fund in 2004, she was office manager for ATTA, Inc., a custom fabrication workshop/studio in Manhattan. She holds a B.A. (Hons) in Visual Arts from Lancaster University, an M.F.A. in Art from Reading University, and is currently working on additional graduate studies at The New School. She is a practicing artist.