Heather has degrees in biochemistry and in economics from Florida State University, a Masters in Public Health from Imperial, and is now pursuing an MSc in Health Economics, Policy and Management from LSE.
Heather is passionate about using data to address health economics topics and is experienced in qualitative and quantitative datasets. She has experience informing and building economic models, creating interactive dashboards with live, complex integrated health datasets, navigating the particulars of multiple different databases, and in developing courses to teach health economics to others.
She is particularly interested in population health and allocative efficiency in health but has studied other subtopics of economics as well. Drawing on significant experience with the health systems in both the USA and the UK, Heather excels at adapting her creative, multidisciplinary, multinational approach to individual projects.