Ruth Robertson is a former a senior research associate for the Fund’s Program on Affordable Health Insurance. In this role, Ms. Robertson was responsible for contributing to survey questionnaire development, analyzing survey results through statistical analysis, and writing survey issue briefs and articles. In addition, she was involved in program and health reform cluster activities in tracking and researching emerging policy issues regarding health reform and the comprehensiveness and affordability of health insurance coverage and access to care in the United States. She also wrote policy briefs. Ms. Robertson helped develop and manage small and board-level grants and make presentations at public forums and professional meetings. Ms. Robertson joined the Fund from the King’s Fund in London where she was a senior health policy researcher involved in research projects in a range of health policy areas including health system reform, British social attitudes, purchasing and financing health care, and health behavior change. While at the King’s Fund she managed a large project for the Department of Health coordinating a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the King’s Fund, RAND Europe, the Office of Health Economics, and the Picker Institute Europe. Ms. Robertson holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Nottingham and an M.Sc. in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics.