Natalie A Privett, PhD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Global Health
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Dr. Privett focuses on improved decision making and efficient processes for complex problems and systems. Her work involves the design, improvement and implementation of systems to improve healthcare delivery and ultimately population health outcomes. She is Lead Systems Design Engineer at Mount Sinai Health Partners and Assistant Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Privett received her Masters and Ph.D. from Stanford University’s department of Management Science & Engineering, specialized in operations and supply chain management. She received her B.S. in industrial engineering from Texas A&M University and subsequently worked in manufacturing. Prior to joining Mount Sinai, she was Assistant Professor of Management and Policy at the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the MIT-Zaragoza Logistics Program in Zaragoza, Spain.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship - 2005-2008
Privett, N. and D. Gonsalves. 2014. The Top Ten Global Health Supply Chain Issues: Perspectives from the Field. Operations Research for Health Care. 3(4) 226-230..;.
N Privett and F. Erhun. 2011. Efficient Funding: Auditing in the Nonprofit Sector. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. 13(4) 471-488..;.
Privett, N. 2015. Information Visibility in Humanitarian Operations: Current State-of-the-Art In N. Atlay, M. Haselkorn, and C. Zobel (Eds.), Advances in Managing Humanitarian Operations. New York: Springer..;.
Privett, Natalie 2011. Operations Management in Community-Based Nonprofit Organizations In M. Johnson (Ed.), Community-Based Operations Research Volume 167, 2012, pp. 67-95 . Springer New York.;.