Jasmine Masand

Jasmine Masand, BA, is a master of public policy candidate and presidential management fellow finalist at the Duke Sanford School of Public Policy. At Duke, Ms. Masand has explored value-based payment and care delivery reform as part of graduate consulting teams for both public and private payers. Her research has included value-based payment models for high-need populations, Medicaid managed care implementation, and reforms to improve the quality of care for children in the child welfare system. She is currently completing a master’s thesis on federal reforms to better address adverse childhood experiences through the health care system. As a graduate student, Ms. Masand has interned with the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, where she supported work on a variety of public health issues in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Before pursuing her master’s at Duke, Ms. Masand served as a consultant to government stakeholders and health systems participating in Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation models. She earned her BA in government from Wesleyan University in 2015, where she researched congressional politics and communications.