Mathematica is pleased to welcome Mark Thomas to our Children, Youth, and Families Division as vice president of strategy and integration. Mark brings more than 20 years of experience working with health and human services agencies to design and deliver strategies to improve public health and well-being and support equitable outcomes for children and families. In this role, Mark will work closely with our family support and early childhood leaders to develop and implement a strategy to grow our health and human services work.
"Mark's talent and dedication to improving the lives of children and families is a perfect fit for Mathematica," said Mathematica Senior Vice President and General Manager Jill Constantine. "Mark will collaborate closely with our clients and partners, bringing Mathematica's research, advisory services, program support, data analytics, and technology to bear on the work of federal agencies that serve vulnerable populations, to advance evidence, enhance equity, and improve programs."
"I am excited and honored to join Mathematica, an organization I have long admired," said Mark Thomas. "Mathematica's mission of improving public well-being and equity through innovative and evidence-based solutions resonates deeply with me. I am eager to help lead the ongoing expansion of Mathematica’s work that helps our clients successfully address their most complex challenges.”
In roles prior to Mathematica, Mark has served as senior director of strategy and growth with IQVIA Government Solutions and as executive director of population health and well-being with The MITRE Corporation. In these roles, he partnered with government leaders to leverage data, analytics, and insights to improve family and child health and well-being.
Prior to his career in government consulting, Mark provided direct services to vulnerable individuals and families in outpatient and community-based settings. He holds graduate degrees in child and family studies (Ph.D.), public administration (M.P.A.), and marriage and family therapy (M.A.) from Syracuse University, and a B.S. in family science from Brigham Young University.