Karen Hsu was a 2019 Zetema Project Fellow and graduated in 2020 with her dual MBA/MPH degree from the Yale School of Management and School of Public Health. Since graduating, she was recruited to assist the co-chairs of Governor Ned Lamont’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group, serving in a project management and policy research role to safely reopen Connecticut’s economy and education system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Karen completed her graduate internship at UCLA Health, where she worked as an Administrative Intern under executive administration at the UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a Project Coordinator at the Pacific Business Group on Health, managing statewide quality improvement trainings on medically complex care and primary care practice transformation. She previously worked as a Compliance Associate at the Center for Elders' Independence, a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) serving chronically ill seniors in the East Bay.
Karen earned her BA in Public Health from UC Berkeley.