Saska Rajcevic is a project manager whose work is driven by a passion for inclusion, engagement, and equity. Saska is particularly dedicated to working with public agency staff to create systemic change to ensure that people using services lead self-determined lives and receive person-centered care. Saska’s work primarily supports the National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS), an initiative from the Administration for Community Living and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Prior to joining HSRI, Saska was a policy program specialist at Utah’s Division of Services for People with Disabilities, where her work addressed best practices for person-centered planning and compliance with the Settings Rule. Before that, Saska worked as a fair housing testing coordinator on projects related to access and ensuring a just housing market.
When not at work, Saska enjoys spending time with family and friends, listening to true crime podcasts, and taking naps with her cat.
- Master of public administration from Southern Utah University
- Bachelor of science in political science from the University of Utah