Kelly Rand is a Program Officer at the ABIM Foundation. In this role, she oversees activities related to grants on trust activities and runs the Building Trust Learning Network. Ms. Rand provides technical assistance outside the learning network as well, and has acted as faculty for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded Value Champions fellowship program, the American Hospital Association’s High Value Care Consortium, the Smarter Care Virginia project, the Primary Care Collaborative’s Support and Alignment Network and Vizient’s learning collaborative on reducing imaging for low back pain and headaches.
Prior to joining the ABIM Foundation in 2013, Ms. Rand worked in public health and quality improvement for more than 15 years, with a focus on helping Ryan White-funded HIV clinics improve cultural competency and quality of care. Ms. Rand received her bachelor’s degree from the American University and her master’s degree from University of Pennsylvania in Medical Anthropology. She holds a Public Health Certification from the National Board of Public Health Examiners and she is currently a doctoral student at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a focus on health equity and social justice.