Suzanne C. Brundage

Suzanne C. Brundage is director of the Children’s Health Initiative at United
Hospital Fund, an independent nonprofit focused on improving health care for
New Yorkers. The Children’s Health Initiative focuses on informing public policy
and advancing new delivery system models that strengthen pediatric primary care,
including how health care partners with other sectors to improve child health and
well-being. She was named the first Patricia S. Levinson Fellow at United Hospital
Fund for her work to improve health care for vulnerable populations.

Prior to working at United Hospital Fund, Suzanne was the assistant director of the
Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
in Washington, DC. She has also worked with Catholic AIDS Action in Namibia,
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Boston Medical Center. Suzanne is a member
of the Bennington College Board of Trustees and the national Children’s Health
Leadership Network. In 2018, she was named to City & State New York’s “40 Under
40” list and Crain’s New York’s list of 100 notable women in health care.

She holds a BA from Bennington College and an MS degree from the Harvard T.H.
Chan School of Public Health. March 2019