Adam Keller serves as chief of strategy and operations at The Dartmouth Institute. He has been associated with the faculty at the Institute for over 20 years as an administrator, a faculty colleague, and an advisor. Before focusing on operational issues, Keller taught in primary care and conducted research as the executive director of the Dartmouth Primary Care COOP Project and as one of the co-founders of the Dartmouth Cost-Effectiveness Laboratory. With a long-standing interest in health policy and the reform of the health care sector, he currently spends his time on strategy, operations, and finance, as well as advising program directors about plans and partnerships to advance their work. Prior to rejoining the Institute in 2010 to direct its education programs, he had served at Dartmouth Medical School (now the Geisel School of Medicine) as associate dean and chief operating officer and more broadly at Dartmouth College as the executive vice president for finance and administration and vice president for health affairs. Keller has served, and continues to serve, on a number of local and national boards relating to finance, health care, social services, education, and outdoor experiential learning. He earned an undergraduate degree from Harvard College and an MPH from the University of Minnesota.