Ms. Sledzik is a detail-oriented Project Associate with experience working for a variety of public health non-profits. She contributes to Freedman Healthcare’s efforts through project management support and deliverable creation. Ms. Sledzik applies her background and training in quantitative and qualitative research methods to address project, client, and internal research needs.
Ms. Sledzik is currently involved with two projects focused of healthcare finance data governance where she supports background research, project management, client communications, and analytical needs. Ms. Sledzik’s projects span topics such as APCD implementation and governance, Medicaid, managed care delivery, and claims and encounters processing.
Prior to joining FHC, Ms. Sledzik worked for a variety of non-profits, such as the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, and served as a Summer Enrichment Coordinator for Americorp’s DREAM Program in Boston. Ms. Sledzik also taught and coordinated health education courses at local Boston public schools as a Health Educator and Leadership Council Member with Peer Health Exchange. During the early months of the pandemic, Ms. Sledzik volunteered as a member of the Academic Public Health Volunteer Corps for the Sudbury Department of Health COVID-19 Task Force: Social Media Team where she created social media materials and developed an interactive map of testing sites in Massachusetts. Ms. Sledzik holds an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences from Boston University and a Master in Public Health from the Boston University School of Public Health, with a certificate in Health Policy & Law and a context certificate in Human Rights, Social Justice, and Health Equity.