TIE’s first intern

We’re proud to announce that Adrianna McIntyre will be the first ever TIE intern, beginning at the end of the summer. We’ve linked to her work before and you’ll find more of it on the Project Millennial blog, where she and her colleagues consistently do great work. Her brief bio:

Adrianna McIntyre, Project Millennial co-founder, is pursuing a dual Master of Public Health/Master of Public Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. After earning her undergraduate degree in cognitive science at U-M, Adrianna facilitated clinical research regulation at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. She was named a 2013 David Bohnett Foundation Leadership and Public Service Fellow and is currently serving her fellowship at the Office of the Mayor in Detroit, Michigan. During hours not spent drafting policy memos and wrestling with Stata, Adrianna claims to cook, read, and be clever on Twitter. Follow along: @onceuponA.

As an intern, she’ll do some of her blogging on TIE. The rest of us will try to keep up with her.

Adrianna will also be attending the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting that begins on June 23, as will Harold, Bill, and I (but not Aaron or Kevin). Look for her and us there, and please say hello.


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