Director, Population Health and Health Reform, Center for Health Policy and Programs
Kerry Griffin has more than 10 years' experience working in health research and policy at the national, state, and local levels. At the Academy, her focus areas include health reform and clinical community linkages to address the broader determinants of health, improve population health, and promote health equity. Project responsibilities include supporting the New York State Prevention Agenda (a statewide effort with the NYS Department of Health to reduce disparities and create savings to the health care system through community planning for health), the Population Health Improvement Program in NYC, and the statewide evaluation of the State Health Innovation Plan.
Her previous experience includes work with a variety of nonprofit, private and government organizations, including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Manatt Health in NYC. She holds an MPA from the Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a BS from Boston College.
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