The Alliance for Health Policy Announces Jennifer Sullivan, MHS, as New Director of Policy and Programs

Washington, D.C. (July 24, 2017) – Jennifer Sullivan, MHS, former vice president of programs at Enroll America, today joins the Alliance for Health Policy as its new director of policy and programs. She will lead the planning and implementation of the organization’s programming for congressional staff, health policymakers, media, and health care industry leaders.

“Jennifer is a seasoned health policy leader with a strong commitment to nonpartisan dialogue and a clear understanding of our nation’s complex health care system,” said Sarah Dash, Alliance president and CEO. “As the Alliance celebrates its 25th anniversary and we look to the future, we are excited to add her expertise and vision for health policy to our team.”

Jennifer brings over a decade of experience in health policy research, implementation, and management to the Alliance’s leadership team. As the longest tenured staff member at Enroll America, Jennifer built and managed a team of policy experts and was a core member of the organization’s leadership. Prior to that, Jennifer worked at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, where she helped develop insurance eligibility and enrollment regulations and provided technical assistance to state governments.

“We are at a defining point for the future of our nation’s health care system, and I am motivated by the Alliance for Health Policy’s mission to serve as a true nonpartisan forum for Congress, the administration, and the media to continually learn about the complexities of health care and opportunities to solve important problems,” said Sullivan.

About the Alliance for Health Policy

The Alliance for Health Policy is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that fosters a better understanding of the foundations and complexities of health care among policymakers and health leaders. The Alliance for Health Policy provides objective evidence and convenes multiple perspectives to inform solutions for better health and health care in the United States.