Mary Michaud

Position title: Lecturer and Academic Editor


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Mary Michaud has worked in between health care administration and public health for more than two decades. As an instructor with the UW Law School’s Center for Patient Partnerships, Mary teaches health systems courses and supports strategic growth of the Center’s impact.

In 2017, after spending nearly four years as an executive with Public Health Madison & Dane County, Mary founded a consulting practice, Health & Social Impact Strategies, LLC. She works with a diverse range of clients across health and social sectors, locally, nationally and internationally, to improve organizational performance and fuel equity. She also serves as a senior healthcare analyst with Ripple Effect, a Washington, DC-based federal contractor providing a suite of communications, analysis, and policy consulting.

In her spare time, Mary serves on the Board of Directors for Collaboration for Good in Madison, and she is on the Citizen’s Advisory Board for Madison School and Community Recreation (MSCR), along with acting as an advisor for Green Schoolyards America. She also serves on the Alumni Council at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy Studies, where she completed her Master’s Degree in Public Policy Studies and a Certificate in Health Administration.