Nancy Turnbull is Associate Dean for Educational Programs and a Senior Lecturer in health policy at the Harvard School of Public Health. Her research interests include health insurance, insurance regulation, and health access.
Ms. Turnbull has been an active participant in the passage and implementation of the health reform law in Massachusetts, including currently serving as the consumer representative on the board of the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority, the state agency that has implemented many parts of the law.
Earlier in her career, she was the First Deputy Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of Health Policy at the Massachusetts Division of Insurance.
Ms. Turnbull is on the board of a number of health care organizations, including Commonwealth Care Alliance, a consumer-governed organization that provides integrated medical care and social support to low-income frail elders and other individuals with complex special needs.