Natassia Rozario currently serves as Associate Counsel and Associate Director of Policy and Engagement at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. Applying her background in law, public health, and political science, she works with local, state, and national partners to promote evidence based healthcare policies and programs that provide good quality and efficient healthcare for vulnerable populations. At the state level, she helps manage the Good Care Collaborative, a joint initiative among diverse healthcare stakeholders committed to ensuring better care at lower costs for all New Jersey Medicaid beneficiaries. Prior to joining the Coalition, Natassia served as a Fulbright-Nehru Research Fellow in India, a William J. Clinton Service Fellow in India, and a Research Associate at the Center for Medicine as a Profession at Columbia University. Over the past decade, Natassia's career at the intersection of health, human rights, and social justice has combined academia, policy, advocacy, and community engagement. She is passionate about social justice issues and is committed to improving access and quality of health care for vulnerable populations. Natassia has a JD cum laude from American University, where she was awarded a Public Interest Public Service Scholarship; a MPH from Johns Hopkins, where she concentrated in biostatistics and epidemiology; and a BA from Columbia University, where she majored in political science. She is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bar Associations.