Jack Pitsor, MPP '24
Jack is a Master of Public Policy student concentrating in health policy. He is also currently a Medicaid Fellow at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, providing technical assistance on Medicaid expansion implementation and Medicaid unwinding. Most recently, he worked at the National Conference of State Legislatures in Denver, Colorado as a health policy associate focusing on various access, costs and coverage issues. Prior to NCSL, Jack was an international volunteer in Belize City, Belize through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, working at a youth prison as a program coordinator. Jack received his B.S. in health administration and policy in 2018 from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. His policy interests include health system costs, medical debt, surprise billing, housing, Medicaid and several other health policy issues. Jack is excited to collaborate with and learn from the Margolis Center staff, faculty and students in order to effectively evaluate policy interventions at the federal, state and local level.