Current Fellows

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Lyndsey McLain
Lyndsey McLain is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (Penn), where she earned her Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Health Care Administration. 
Lyndsey also earned a B.A. in Economics, B.S. in Biology, and a minor in chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Early on, Lyndsey cultivated a passion for improving healthcare provision and access to progress the health of diverse populations. At Penn, Lyndsey served as the president of Penn’s Public Health Society, and as a student representative on the admissions and curriculum steering committees. She also founded the Penn MPH Mentorship Program to advance diversity and inclusion, provide networking opportunities, and foster student relations and support. 
Lyndsey also interned at Penn Medicine and Stanford Health Care. She worked in the ambulatory setting, conducting process improvement for patients post-discharge to more efficiently and effectively address both their social and medical needs. She also worked to create and strengthen partnerships between Penn’s hospital and other healthcare entities and community-based organizations to better serve patients’ social needs. During Lyndsey’s time as an intern, she worked to improve processes and quality, develop partnerships, and enhance the overall patient experience. 

Lyndsey is excited for the advancement of health care through technology and the digital space. She is passionate about using digital health to expand the delivery of health care to more diverse populations. 

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Michael Pham
Michael Pham’s life purpose is breaking down silos between communities to be an effective healthcare leader for disfranchised populations. Michael has an undeniable track record of implementing and providing equitable opportunities, equal representation, and non-discrimination practices for vulnerable communities. For the last four years, Michael pushed these efforts at Alameda County Health Care Services Agency and Apple Inc. while serving as the youngest member on developmental disabilities boards at the city, county, and state levels.
Michael is a first-generation scholar and Bay Area native who graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in Integrative Biology and from California State University - East Bay with a Masters in Public Administration focusing on Public Management and Policy Analysis. Michael is currently pursuing a Masters in Business Administration with a Health Care Management concentration at Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School while being an administrative fellow at Stanford Health Care.