to Transform Health
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is striving to build a national Culture of Health where everyone has the opportunity to live a healthier life. The RWJF Health Policy Fellows program, which seeks to build and maintain strong and diverse leadership and a workforce skilled in health policy, is critical to that vision.
FEATURED HEALTH POLICY FELLOWS ALUMNI
Andrew Bindman, M.D.
Carrie H. Colla, Ph.D.
Sharron Crowder, Ph.D., M.N., R.N.
Caprice Knapp, Ph.D.
Kimberlyn Leary, Ph.D., M.P.A.
Reginald Tucker-Seeley, M.A., Sc.M., Sc.D.
Reginald Tucker-Seeley, MA, ScM, ScD, recently appeared on a Health Podcast Network Coffee Talk to discuss how to ensure health…
When it comes to the world of federal health policy, there is nothing that compares to being there, in the room where it happens. “Working in Congress is really something that you can only understand being right in it,” said Ann Sheehy, class of 2021-2022 RWJF Health Policy Fellow, right after she wrapped up her placement in the House of Representatives. “I felt like no amount of reading books or taking courses would give me that sense.”
“Transformative”: The RWJF Health Policy Fellows Orientation Is a Crash Course in American Health Policy
Brian Williams was at the top of his field as a surgeon and was looking for a way to expand his impact beyond the patients that he cared for every day. “I was at a stage in my career where I just needed a nudge to get to that next level of impact. And I didn’t know how to make that happen or who to talk to, or where I’d get the skills for that,” he said.