Jolene Saul was a program associate for the Fund's Quality of Care for Underserved Populations program. Ms. Saul graduated in 2001 with an S.B. in Economics and Expository Writing from MIT. While in school she was research intern at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Economic Policy, and a resident writing tutor for Project Interphase, where she lectured incoming MIT freshmen in an intensive summer program through MIT's Office of Minority Education. Ms. Saul also provided office support to the director of fellowships and associate deans at MIT's Graduate Students Office. Following graduation, she worked as an editorial intern for Surface Magazine, as an equity trader for Blackwood Trading, and in the human resources department of JP Morgan Chase. Ms. Saul completed her master's degree in urban planning at New York University.