Renee is a data analyst with the Hennepin County Center of Innovation and Excellence’s Data Analytics team. Renee has worked on multiple grant-funded projects that involved administrative data integration across the health care, human services, and criminal justice sectors. Prior to becoming the PI on the Hennepin County P4A project, she worked as the lead data analyst on the project. Renee received her Master of Public Policy from the University of Minnesota in 2016, specializing in gender policy and health policy.
Renee Van Siclen
Like many communities in the U.S., the Twin Cities metropolitan area has become increasingly vocal around social justice—exposing and documenting local poverty, inequity, and discrimination. Amid this wave, Hennepin County is actively seeking out population health policy opportunities to engage high-risk families and children, with the goal of developing and implementing upstream, cross-sector interventions to preserve unified, healthy families and avoid out of home placements (i.e., foster care).