Jared Rhoads directs the Coolidge Foundation’s speech and debate program.
Outside of his work with the Foundation in debate, Mr. Rhoads also researches and teaches in the graduate program in public health at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI) in Hanover, New Hampshire. His work with colleagues at Dartmouth and with other collaborators in the health policy field has focused on innovation, patient choice, and markets in healthcare. Prior to working in academia, Mr. Rhoads worked a senior research specialist in the healthcare consulting industry, for which he authored numerous industry white papers and did article and interviews for media outlets such as Healthcare Informatics, Health Data Management, FierceHealthIT, and Becker’s Hospital Review.
Mr. Rhoads holds a Master of Public Health from Dartmouth, a Master of Science in Information Technology from Bentley University, and a Bachelor Science in Management Information Systems from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He was the recipient of the TDI Leadership Award in 2016, and was also a Frederic Bastiat Fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He lives with his wife and two children in Lebanon, NH.