Griffin Jones (he/his) is a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and has committed his career to scaling innovations aimed at improving the health of marginalized populations. Most recently, Griffin served as the Interim Director of Strategic Investment at the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC), a first-in-the-nation agency charged with lowering health care cost growth in the state. In his five years at the agency, Griffin executed on diverse legislative directives to invest over $80 million through programs targeting the Commonwealth’s most intractable health care cost challenges.
Originally from Portland, Maine, Griffin also holds a BA in International Relations from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, and a Masters in Public Policy and Management from the Muskie School of Public Service. He lives with his wife and three young children in Arlington, MA, and enjoys cooking with his kids and cross-country skiing.