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Emily Eibl is an Associate Consultant who joined Day Health Strategies in 2016. Emily supports Day Health Strategies client teams with project management, meeting facilitation, decision support, and deliverable creation. She helps with the design of presentation materials, conducts research for both internal use and client purposes, tracks Massachusetts and national health policy, offers support to DHS consultants on client projects, and assists with marketing and website projects. She has also played a key role in developing DHS' organizational maturity model and accompanying assessments.
Emily previously interned for Charles Group Consulting assisting with Government Affairs work for non-profits and member-based organizations in Massachusetts. Before that, she interned in the Policy Department at AIDS Action Committee helping to advance state based policies that aligned with the mission of the organization. She also possesses marketing experience from an internship at XIFIN, a company that focuses on health economic optimization through offering a cloud-based revenue cycle management system for diagnostic service providers.
Emily received a BA from Tufts University, where she studied public health and political science. During her time at Tufts, she volunteered with Peer Health Exchange and was a member of the ultimate frisbee team. While studying abroad in Brazil, she conducted independent research on the impact of community based care for mental illness on stigma around mental illness.