Zerrin Cetin is a lecturer at YSPH's Healthcare Policy and Management Department. She teaches case-based, discussion-based classes on health delivery strategy, innovation, and disruption. As a practitioner who works with hospitals across the country, Zerrin brings an execution-focused 'real world' lens to her classroom.
Zerrin is a management consultant at Manatt Health. She provides strategic planning services for academic medical centers across all mission areas. Her experience includes clinical service line development, funds flow and financial modeling, education mission, research strategy, and health equity. Examples of clients include University of Virginia Health, Texas A&M Health Sciences Center, University of Central Florida Health Sciences Center, University of Maryland Medical Center and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Before joining Manatt, Zerrin served as a health care management consultant for a large national health care consulting and advisory firm. Her projects included building consensus for a community hospital’s five-year strategy, creating strategies for improving patient access, developing quantitative financial models, and analyzing key trends in state market data. She has consulted in hospital philanthropy as well, as a former senior strategy analyst with SickKids Foundation. Prior to receiving her joint M.B.A. and M.P.H. in policy and global health at Yale, Zerrin interned with the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
Education & Training
- MPHYale University (2015)
- MBAYale University (2015)
- BARichard Ivey School of Business, Honors Business Administration (HBA) (2008)