“Every generation needs a new revolution.” — Thomas Jefferson


Kerri Yoder Hubbard — Founder & CEO

Kerri Yoder Hubbard holds a BA in Economics from Yale University and is a PhD Candidate in Health & Social Policy at the London School of Economics. She lives in Los Angeles where she works as a health educator, health advocacy consultant, and is a fellow of the CORO Healthcare Leadership Program. Kerri has used her healthcare advocacy and education expertise to develop and improve health access navigation and outreach programs for the Medicare Rights Center, the New York State Department of Health, the Child Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. She has also served as a health services and policy researcher for the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ), Westat, Cerner Life Sciences, LA Health Action, and the UCLA Medical Survey Research Center. Kerri’s PhD research involves community health worker programs and the role they play in improving access to care among underserved populations.


Nathalie Nguyen – Associate Director

Nathalie graduated from UCLA with a B.A. in Latin American Studies, and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Public Health (MPH) at USC. Her passion for public health was ignited after volunteering in the Dominican Republic with the UCLA Global Medical Training Program, a student group focused on bringing medical and pharmaceutical aid to lower income countries. This experience solidified her desire to learn more about healthcare delivery problems within underserved communities. She is now in the Global Health Leadership Program at USC to learn more about international health development with a particular focus in Latin America and Luso-phone-speaking countries in Africa. More holistically, Nathalie is interested in understanding and minimizing health disparities in world populations, creating health policy and infrastructures compatible to country needs, understanding country-related disease burdens, and building health in communities through both administrative and hands-on work. She is the Director of Community Outreach among MPH students at USC.