Brad Stulberg (’08) works in Population Health for the large and fully integrated health care system Kaiser Permanente. Brad also serves as an advisor to the Action Mill, which is a human centered design firm that works on transforming some of the hardest parts about being a patient into more inviting experiences. In addition to those roles, Brad does a fair amount of freelance writing, where he covers issues in health and health care that have been featured in numerous national publications, and he is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post. Brad also completed a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan. His prior work experience includes McKinsey and Company and the White House (National Economic Council).
Kris Jensen (’09) earned a Master of Public Health degree in management and policy from the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health in 2011. Kris has worked in a variety of health care organizations including federally qualified health centers and a health insurance provider. Kris is currently a senior consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton in the federal health care market. For the last two years, Kris has supported various projects related to the Affordable Care Act and is currently working on a project with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services supporting the implementation of the federal health insurance exchanges.