Sarah Jagger Joins Atròmitos’ Team as Vice President of Operations

Atròmitos, LLC, a premier management services consulting firm based in Wilmington, North Carolina, has brought on Sarah Jagger as Vice President of Operations to guide the firm’s business practices in providing its partners with support and resources in the most efficient and effective manner possible.

“Sarah is a dedicated professional who brings to Atromitos a wealth of operational, policy, and research experience,” said Michealle Gady, Founder and President of Atromitos. “With her experience and expertise, particularly in the areas of behavioral health and long term services and supports, she will play a central role in both Atromitos’ growth as a company and in ensuring that we are providing every one of our clients with best in class service. We’re beyond thrilled to welcome Sarah to our team at Atromitos.”

As both a lawyer and a public health professional, Jagger’s unique perspective ensures that both compliance and the needs of populations being served are addressed in every dealing Atròmitos has with its partners.

Prior to joining Atròmitos, Jagger spent seven years advising public, private, and non-profit sector health care organizations on health care transformation and delivery system redesign. She is most proud of the five years she spent serving the public in various roles for the Indiana Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning, including Policy Director.

Jagger received her Juris Doctorate from the Saint Louis University School of Law. She also earned a master’s degree in Public Health from Saint Louis University and a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Environmental Science from the University of Notre Dame.

“Change is constant in today’s market and is necessary for growth. Organizations must be poised and ready to act strategically in the face of change,” Jagger said. "I look forward to working with Atromitos’ outstanding team to help our partners address tough organizational challenges and successfully move their organizations forward.”

Sarah Dohl