Matt Driver is an MPH student in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Washington. He holds a BS in Statistics from UCLA, where he provided analytical support on a variety of research projects focusing on health disparities in minority populations. After graduating, he worked as a health economics and outcomes researcher at Analysis Group, where he leveraged complex administrative claims data to assess cost-effectiveness, treatment patterns, and safety outcomes for emergent drug therapies. Through the firm's pro bono practice, he also worked on various projects focusing on health outcomes for HIV+ mothers in Port au Prince. His interests include sexual and reproductive health, racial and ethnic health disparities, and LGBTQ health.