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Areas of Specialty

Project Management, Multi-sector Collaboration, Systems Transformation, Population Health

What matters to you?

Ensuring that everyone has access to the resources that allow them to thrive.

What are some wise words to live by?

"Be the change that you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi

What brings you joy?

My family, traveling, cooking, and new experiences.

Kristen Rego

Senior Project Manager

Kristen Rego, MS, is the Principal of KMRego Consulting, LLC. For the past three years, Ms. Rego was contracted by the Delaware Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) to provide administrative oversight, project planning, implementation, and reporting for the $19.2M State Opioid Response Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. Prior working with DSAMH, Ms. Rego served in several roles at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO). Rego’s duties and responsibilities at ASTHO included operational oversight and management of federally funded activities and related budgets for heart disease and stroke, healthy aging, and other chronic disease prevention projects; supporting work on evidence-based statewide health systems transformation, including payment and delivery reform and Medicaid-public health collaboration; and maternal and child health projects. Prior to joining ASTHO, Ms. Rego worked at Nemours Health & Prevention Services in Delaware supporting their statewide childhood obesity prevention campaign which focused on changing healthy eating and physical activity policies and practices in the places where children live, learn, and play. She received an MS in exercise and health studies and a BS in health and sports studies from Miami University of Ohio.

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