Katy Milligan has been the director of the Master of Health Care Delivery Science (MHCDS) program at Dartmouth College since the program’s founding in 2010. In this role, she has overseen all aspects of the development and administration of the MHCDS program, a collaboration between the faculties of the Tuck School of Business and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. The program is designed for executive-level leaders in health care delivery and was the first degree program in the Ivy League to use blended (online/residential) learning. Milligan is also an adjunct professor at Tuck and teaches the MHCDS Action Learning Project course. In this experiential-learning course, students work in teams to solve strategically significant real-world problems for health care client organizations. Students learn to determine the scope of a project, develop a work plan, conduct primary and secondary research, implement the project, measure its results, and create and deliver an effective presentation. She received an AB from Dartmouth College, a PhD in comparative literature from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBS from Tuck.