Kristina Redgrave is a Master in Public Policy candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School where she focuses on how technology can impact social change across sectors, public-private partnerships, health care and economic development. She most recently worked as the health policy advisor for a policy institute, Innovation Ohio, as well as a consultant for a healthy communities initiative in central Ohio, Healthy New Albany. Previously, Kristina served on the policy team in the office of former Governor Ted Strickland (Ohio) as the Assistant Director of the Office for Women’s Initiatives and Outreach and as Special Assistant for Federal Stimulus Implementation and Policy. Kristina is a graduate of Northwestern University where she received a Bachelor Degree in History, a minor in Global Health, and a certificate in Leadership. She has a long history of public service, founding her first non-profit at age 14 to benefit children and to help ensure their future success. During college, she continued working on issues effecting global populations as a founding member of GlobeMed—a national non-profit organization focused on strengthening the movement for global health equity. In her personal time Kristina works as alumni chair for GlobeMed, sings, and works with multiple initiatives to inspire others to focus on social impact. Kristina is excited to work with CPL and the SAB to continue looking for new avenues to maximize the number of HKS students who graduate with the ability to effectively and impactfully lead across multiple sectors.