While studying the economics and history of health policy, Sloane Frost became interested in the principles of liberty and individual responsibility that seem to be missing from modern policy initiatives. In 2007, Sloane co-founded Students For Liberty and has served as the Chairwoman of the SFL Board of Directors since 2010.
By day Sloane continues to pursue her passion for a market-driven and equitable healthcare system. She currently manages strategic initiatives for a Chicago-based organization, Medical Home Network, because she believes innovative solutions to address healthcare disparities will come from the private sector. Sloane previously spent 5 years as a healthcare strategy consultant and was a research analyst at Mathematica Policy Research.
Sloane Frost graduated from Cornell University and earned a Masters in Public Policy and certificate in Health Administration and Policy from the University of Chicago. She currently lives outside Chicago with her husband and 2 dogs.