- Health Policy
- Poverty & Inequality
- Program Evaluation
- Economic and Community Development
Lillian is a third-year MPP/MPH student whose primary interests are in health disparities, social policy, and the intersection between public health and health care—namely, how understanding social determinants of health and “upstream” factors and conditions can inform and strengthen service delivery to ultimately improve outcomes and trajectories of communities. As a graduate student consultant, she has worked on a number of client-based projects on topics such as delivery of behavioral health services for foster youth, strategic planning for a local health care start-up, and medical-behavioral health integration in California. Prior to graduate school, Lillian worked for nearly four years in community-based research and consulting for public agencies, nonprofits, and foundations operating in the social sector. She is a Bay Area native and also went to Cal for undergrad - Go Bears!
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