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Adey supports GHTC’s US policy and advocacy initiatives and strengthens collaboration with coalition members. Prior to joining GHTC, Adey worked at the Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, specifically focusing on white collar crime cases pertaining to money laundering and foreign bribery. During her time in graduate school, Adey worked on a myriad of public health projects, including supporting initiatives to strengthen the Minnesota State Medicaid Program, leading stakeholder interviews with tribal councils, drafting reports, conducting complex policy analysis through a mixed-methods approach, and helping instruct a health policy course to first-year public health graduate students. She received her MPH from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and her BA from George Washington University. In her free time, Adey enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.