Christina Ramsay is the former senior program associate for The Commonwealth Fund’s Controlling Health Care Costs and Advancing Medicare programs in the Washington, D.C., office. She was promoted from program associate in July 2019. In this role, Ms. Ramsay had responsibility for a variety of duties including issue monitoring and research, writing, editing, data analysis and presentation for internal research projects, and tasks related to proposal development and external grants management. In 2016, Ms. Ramsay completed a five-year program at Yale University where she obtained a B.S. in psychology with a concentration in neuroscience and an M.P.H. in health policy. During the summer of 2015, Ms. Ramsay worked for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as a policy intern in the Bureau of Children, Youth and Families where she was responsible for analyzing regulations regarding Medicaid managed care, DSRIP, and Head Start. She created a communications strategy report for educating beneficiaries on expanded Medicaid behavioral health services. She also created a survey to evaluate the quality of clinics’ technical assistance, and she researched barriers and steps toward primary care and behavioral health care integration. While at Yale, Ms. Ramsay was a research assistant to Dr. Chima Ndumele in investigating provider network overlap among Medicaid managed care plans and the implications for patients’ continuity of care.