As a research project director, Kathryn Sabadosa executes the national quality improvement initiative for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation by engaging health care professionals, parents, and individuals with cystic fibrosis at 117 accredited sites. Since 2003, she has published quality improvement resources, led benchmarking efforts to explore best practices, developed and participated in implementation of a national survey to capture the patient and family experience of care, and co-authored clinical care practice guidelines and related manuscripts. She directs the Dartmouth Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Coproduction of Cystic Fibrosis Care Pilot program and serves as an advisor to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Cystic Fibrosis Care Model Pilot Learning Network. Joining the research faculty at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth in 2000, Sabadosa served as a programmer and database manager for the Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group. She has also held positions as an analyst and programmer at Tufts Health Plans, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont. She started her career in public health with the United States Peace Corps as an associate director of maternal and child health programs in the Central African Republic and Chad.