Barbara Krimgold

Barbara Krimgold, is the Founding President of the Institute for Alternative Futures’ (IAF’s) Culture of Health Equity Network initiative as well as currently serves as IAF’s Senior Health Program Director and director of the Kaiser Permanente Burch Minority Leadership Development Program, which supports junior minority scholars to sustain connections with policy experts to inform policy development.  She also was co-director, with Marie Briones-Jones, of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation design grant for RWJ future programming in human capital and leadership development.  Both of these projects are based at the Institute for Alternative Futures. More

Marie Briones-Jones

Marie Briones-Jones, is the Founding Vice President of the Institute for Alternative Futures’ Culture of Health Equity Network initiative as well as serves Senior Health Program Director and co-director of the Kaiser Permanente Burch Minority Leadership Development Program, which supports the leadership development of minority researchers to sustain connections with policy experts to inform policy development. Together with Barbara Krimgold, she co-directed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation design grant for the Foundation’s future programming in human capital and leadership development. More

Ana Lucia Ruggiero

Ana Lucia Ruggiero,  is an IAF’s Culture of Health Equity Network initiative collaborator. Mrs. Ruggiero holds a Master of Sciences in Management of Information Systems from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.  She has dedicated her professional career to dissemination of information: production of publications and training programs related to health services research, global health and equity, health and human development issues, contributing to the technical and scientific dissemination of public health information. More

Bonnie Lefkowitz

Bonnie Lefkowitz, is an IAF’s Culture of Health Equity Network initiative collaborator. Mrs. Lefkowitz is an author, health care analyst and consultant focusing on overcoming health disparities, programs for underserved populations, the social determinants of health, and the translation of research to policy. After federal service Lefkowitz served as consultant and/or board member for several programs promoting education, research and translation to policy in and among disadvantaged populations including the Kaiser-Permanente Burch Minority Leadership Development Awards and the Kellogg Health Scholars Program. More

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