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Milbank Fellows Program

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  • News Article

    How Policymakers’ Personal Stories Inspire Their State Service: A Conversation with Della Au Belatti and Vincent Pinkney

    March 2023 Mary Louise Gilburg

    In conversation with Milbank Memorial Fund former program officer Kate McEvoy, Della Au Belatti, Hawaii State Representative, and Vincent Pinkney, Deputy Director of Managed Care Operations for Tennessee’s state Medicaid agency, discuss the communities where they grew up, how they work with people with different origin stories, and mentors who have shaped their leadership styles. More

  • Blog Post

    Fifty Years of Trust Research in Health Care: What Does It Mean for Policymakers?

    January 2023 Jodyn Platt Lauren A. Taylor

    This review of health services and health policy articles on trust from the past 50 years examined how trust is defined and measured. The authors found murkiness around terms and limited methods in the existing literature. More

  • Let My Love Open the Door: Reflections for State Leaders

    Blog Post

    Let My Love Open the Door: Reflections for State Leaders

    January 2023 Kate McEvoy

    In a View from Here, former Milbank program officer and current National Association of Medicaid Directors executive director Kate McEvoy encourages state executive branch leaders and policymakers to embrace aspects of love including empathy, openness, and self-care as they navigate the vitally important, heart-based work of state health policy. More

  • News Article

    Milbank State Leadership Program Cohorts Selected

    July 2022 Christine Haran

    Each year, the Milbank Memorial Fund invests in the development of state and county leaders who are committed to advancing population health and… More

  • Milbank Fellows Program


    Milbank Fellows Program

    The Milbank Fellows Program (MFP) is a one-year leadership program for executive branch and senior legislative state government leaders committed to improving population health in their communities. More