Kristina B. Wolff is a curriculum specialist with the Learning Innovation Lab and capstone faculty at The Dartmouth Institute. Prior to joining the Institute, she was a curriculum specialist with MHCDS and senior strategic research analyst with the NCHIP National Learning Collaborative. As an associated health post-doctoral Fellow in the VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Patient Safety she coached quality improvement teams and was involved in numerous patient safety projects. She has held faculty positions in sociology and women and gender studies at a variety of institutions. She is a medical sociologist specializing in the relationships between systematic inequality, public policy, and health care among underserved populations. Her current work focuses on health policy and practices around the intersections of social determinants and trauma informed care; particularly pregnant women with substance use disorder and women veterans. She was a Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth (GRID) Fellow from 2013-2015. She earned a BA from the University of Minnesota; an MS from Minnesota State University – Mankato; an MA, MPA, and PhD from Syracuse University; and MPH from The Dartmouth Institute.