Please join me in welcoming our new Project Director, Mona Shah, to the Health Funders Partnership of Orange County.
Mona is an independent consultant with an extensive background in a wide range of health policy issues, including the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, Medicare, and Women’s Health. She is also an Advisory Board member of the Orange County Women’s Health Project. Previously, Mona worked for the consulting firm Health Management Associates. Prior to moving to California, Mona was the Senior Health Policy Advisor to US Senator Barbara Mikulski as well as Staff Director for the US Senate Subcommittee on Children and Families, Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. Mona drafted several sections of the Affordable Care Act, including sections on health care quality, patient safety, women’s health, and health care workforce. Mona also spent time working on legislation and appropriations issues related to pharmaceuticals and medical devices, public health, and mental health. Mona earned her JD with a Certificate of Concentration in Health Law from the University of Maryland School of Law. She received both her Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management and Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and Anthropology from Emory University.
Mona will be leading the execution of our new strategic plan and is looking forward to working with all of you. Feel free to reach out to her at [email protected].
Sister Regina Fox, SSND
Sisters of St. Joseph Healthcare Foundation
Health Funders Partnership of Orange County is a fiscal project of OneOC. The Partnership builds on its funding Partners traditional grantmaking and collaboratively creates and supports innovative opportunities to improve the health of Orange County residents. HFPOC plays a unique and critical role in Orange County philanthropy. Learn more about HFPOC and their work by visiting www.hfpoc.org.