Christine Kim

Harvard University

Christine is currently a joint degree candidate at Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School. Prior to grad school, she was as a senior policy manager for the Parent, Child, and Family team at MassHealth (Medicaid). At MassHealth, she designed a new care coordination program for children with medical complexities and developed policies addressing the unique health needs of children in the renewal of MassHealth’s value-based and accountable care model. Concurrently, she supported Massachusetts COVID-19 Command Center under the direction of Governor Baker and Health and Human Services Secretary Sudders. She served as the State’s main point of contact to Community Health Centers in developing and executing COVID-19 vaccine allocation strategies. Prior to working in government, she worked as a life science consultant at and a paramedic in Cambridge, MA. Christine is passionate about the public health insurance space and innovations in technology for improving the delivery of health care services. She graduated from Amherst College in 2018 as an interdisciplinary major focusing on the intersection of health and humanities.