Jill joined Keystone in 2021 as an Economist in the New York office. She holds a Ph.D. in Health Economics and Policy and an M.A. in Economics, both from University of Toronto. During graduate school, Jill’s work covered a variety of topics and methods, including simulation modeling for clinical decision making, machine learning methods to predict unmet mental health needs, and geospatial modeling of pollution exposure and COVID-19 disparities. At Keystone, she is excited to work on novel problems across business, technology, and health sectors and be a part of the company’s innovative culture.
In her free time, Jill is an avid cyclist and hiker, and a reluctant runner.