Karina Wagnerman is a Senior Health Policy Analyst at the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy’s Center for Children and Families (CCF). Karina conducts quantitative and qualitative research on Medicaid and runs large-scale Medicaid data analyses. Her work focuses particularly on Medicaid/CHIP enrollment data. Karina has authored reports on a variety of Medicaid topics, including co-authoring a study on Medicaid coverage in rural areas and co-authoring an annual 50-state survey on Medicaid and CHIP eligibility and enrollment policies with the Kaiser Family Foundation. Prior to CCF, Karina was a Research Analyst at Mathematica Policy Research, working on a mix of CMS research and data analysis projects. Before her time at Mathematica, Karina worked at CCF as the Executive Policy and Communications Assistant. Karina studied political science and economics at Wellesley College and earned a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University.