Dr. McNair is a Division Director within the Prevention and Population Health Group at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation – also known as the CMS Innovation Center – where she is part of a team that designs and tests interventions to advance prevention, improve population health, and increase the value of healthcare. Her Division’s portfolio has encompassed development of population health metrics, use of innovative financing arrangements to solve costly health problems, and management of a portion of the Innovation Center’s Health Care Innovation Awards, which tested pioneering models of delivery and payment across the country. A board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist as well as preventive medicine physician, Dr. McNair’s clinical, policy, and research interests have primarily focused on improving the health of vulnerable populations of women and girls, and the communities where they live and seek to thrive. She was a 2014-2015 White House Fellow, having served alongside the White House Advisor on Violence Against Women within the Office of the Vice President and with the Justice Department’s Office on Violence Against Women. Dr. McNair graduated from Harvard College, received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School, and MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.