As a Zetema Project Fellow, his role is to participate and present in Project meetings, contribute to Project research and writing, and enhance the Project’s network by engaging with the Project’s Panelists, Contributors, and staff.
At Wharton, Drew studies healthcare management and economics. He is the Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. and Jeanette Carneale Pratt MBA Fellow, and holds leadership positions on the Politics & Public Policy and Global Health Volunteers clubs.
Prior to graduate school, Drew worked in Deloitte Consulting’s health strategy practice for four years, collaborating with government health, development, and economic agencies, medical systems, and insurers, among others. Midway through his time at Deloitte, he took a sabbatical to join the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities’ health policy team. He aims to work in the public sector following his graduate studies, to advance equitable, affordable care for all.
Drew earned his BA from Northwestern University, majoring in Economics, Psychology, and Theatre, with a minor in Creative Writing.