Maya Kiel conducts qualitative and quantitative analysis to support ATI's clients. She focuses on issues related to Medicaid LTSS and dually eligible populations.
Before joining ATI, Kiel was a Manager of Medicaid Policy at Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) where she analyzed and responded to proposed federal regulations as well as state and federal requests for information related to Medicaid and dually eligible populations. She supported state-level policy positioning, advocacy, and monitoring efforts. In a previous role at CCA, Kiel served as a Senior Advisor of Consumer Partnership, engaging members to incorporate their feedback into various business activities across CCA.
Prior to this role, Maya was an Associate Program Manager for the Community Partners Program at MassHealth, the Massachusetts state Medicaid agency. While at MassHealth, she worked closely with various stakeholders, including advocacy groups and community-based behavioral health agencies, and conducted research to adapt programmatic policy during the first year of implementation.
Maya received her Master of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Global Studies and Hispanic Linguistics.