Rozlyn Engel

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management

Roz Engel is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management of NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Since fall 2016, she has also served as the Director of the Office of Macroeconomic Analysis at the US Department of the Treasury. As the senior career executive charged with reporting on and analyzing U.S. economic developments, she directly supports senior Treasury officials in the policy formulation process and in numerous domestic and international engagements. Since January 2017, she has fulfilled the duties of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Macroeconomics and, on occasion, those of the Assistant Secretary of Economic Policy. Prior to her tenure at the Treasury Department, Roz served as the National Intelligence Manager & National Intelligence Officer for Economic Issues at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). In this capacity, she oversaw and integrated all aspects of the economic intelligence in support of US foreign and security policy. She directed mid- and long-term strategic analysis of global economics, finance, and energy within the National Intelligence Council and served as the Director of National Intelligence's personal representative to the wider policy community on these issues. Prior to joining the ODNI, she was a Distinguished Research Fellow in Economics at the National Defense University, specializing in the economics of national security, and an adjunct member of the faculty at the Eisenhower School. She also spent more than eight years on the economics faculty at West Point, where she taught an array of courses. Her academic research has focused on questions relating to labor economics and economic development, publishing in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Law and Economics, and Economics of Education Review. Roz earned a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University and a master's degree in economic history from the London School of Economics. She also held research and editorial position at the International Monetary Fund, the Brookings Institution, and the U.S. Senate.