M.S.W., University of Michigan
B.S.W., University of Georgia
Kristi Fuller joined the Georgia Health Policy Center in March 2011 as a research associate II. She brings expertise that is drawn from working in various aspects of health services such as clinical settings, program and project management, data analysis, and policy development. Most recently she worked with the Georgia Board of Regents’ Center for Health Workforce Planning & Analysis where she was responsible for researching complex health issues, gathering data, and preparing policy and research briefs that analyzed health workforce issues and offered policy recommendations. Kristi also worked with the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Area Agency on Aging where she gained in-depth knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid, services available in the region, and existing service gaps for seniors and persons with disabilities. In addition, Kristi assisted in the implementation of the Administration on Aging’s Nursing Home Diversion demonstration program that aimed to divert seniors from nursing home placement while providing them with in-home services. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan with a concentration in community organizing and aging and a Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Georgia.