Katherine McQueston, MPH, served as a Senior Program Associate for CER Methods from November 2014 until July 2016.
Before joining PCORI, McQueston was program coordinator to the global health policy team at the Center for Global Development, where her work focused on health economics, financing, and policy. She has conducted research and published papers on priority-setting in health systems, policy factors affecting the demand and supply of health services, and mechanisms to improve the value of global health investments. Previously, she worked on quality improvement policies at the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, and provided programmatic support at the World Justice Project in Washington, DC.
She received a BA in philosophy from the University of Virginia and an MPH at Dartmouth College.