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Emily George joined Day Health Strategies (DHS) in 2019 and brings 15 years of experience in clinical care and education, program design, implementation and health systems strengthening in high and low resource settings. She has extensive experience forging external alliances in the area of healthcare innovation, improving health systems performance, monitoring, evaluating, and scaling evidence-based, equitable solutions, conducting qualitative research, and building and leading high functioning teams.
In her previous role at Ariadne Labs, Emily was responsible for designing and executing implementation and improvement strategies to support interventions to improve the quality and delivery of care in over 400 health systems across the United States and abroad. Using principles of adult learning and change management, Emily provided support to hospital executives and change agents implementing new initiatives via ongoing coaching, large scale learning collaboratives, and online communities of practice.
Prior to Ariadne Labs, Emily was the Director of Adolescent Clinical Trials at Fenway Health and was responsible for the development, oversight and implementation of biomedical research studies for young people living with HIV. In this position, she spearheaded multiple local and national efforts to engage young people in HIV treatment and prevention research through developing educational events and programs geared towards reducing stigma and promoting healthier sexual practices.
Emily holds a Bachelors in Nursing from MidAmerica Nazarene University, a Masters in Public Health and a Certificate for Managing Complex Humanitarian Emergencies from Boston University School of Public Health. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in public health at Boston University with a focus on leadership, management, and policy.