Evelyn Siu is an incoming Master’s student to the Computational Analysis and Public Policy program at the University of Chicago. She is an experienced researcher, strategist, and storyteller passionate about making US healthcare more affordable, accessible, and equitable for all. She plans to leverage her industry experience developing data-driven product strategies to refine healthcare policymaking.
Evelyn previously worked at life sciences consulting firm Simon-Kucher & Partners and healthcare technology company Flatiron Health. In 2015, Evelyn was awarded the Fulbright Scholarship to Taiwan to study doctor-patient relationships under their national healthcare system. Evelyn holds a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology from Princeton University, with a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy.