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GSA on Aging

GSA Policy Intern Podcast Series: Insights from Interns - Episode 3

GSA on Aging
GSA on Aging

This episode is part of a continued series that will provide insights into the experiences of GSA Policy Interns from various cohorts. Join former policy intern Christina Mu (’23) as she speaks with the 2019 intern, Haley Gallo Sutherland, about her internship experience and how it has impacted her current work. Haley was the inaugural intern at the start of the internship in 2019! The internship was started in memory of Dr. Greg O’Neill, an aging and policy champion, longtime GSA member, and beloved friend and colleague.

Guest Bio:

Haley Gallo Sutherland, PhD, is a researcher at Mathematica, where she contributes to a range of technical assistance and research projects focused on integrating care for people who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid and using Medicaid home- and community-based services (HCBS). Her work centers on providing states with technical assistance to better integrate Medicare and Medicaid, identifying and filling gaps in states’ HCBS programs, and helping states transition people from institutional settings back to their communities. She analyzes state Medicaid policies to inform federal guidance, presents at webinars and trainings, and develops written resources on various topics for state Medicaid agencies. Her interests focus on studying and improving social and medical programs that enable older adults and people with disabilities to remain in their communities. She earned her doctoral degree in gerontology from the University of Southern California and joined Mathematica in 2022.

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