Project Management Consultant
Roza Do has nearly 10 years of program development and management experience in health care and community health improvement. Most recently, she worked at Prevention Institute providing strategic planning support and technical assistance to advance clinic and community partnerships for addressing social determinants of health. Prior to that, she was Program Manager at the Center for Care Innovations managing various grantmaking initiatives focused on transforming care for underserved populations, including building human-centered design capabilities in safety net clinics and hospitals to test and spread new service delivery and technology solutions.
Roza bridges health care and community health experience through her previous work at Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit, West Contra Costa Unified School District, and Pacific Business Group on Health – from coordinating quality improvement collaboratives to advancing full-service community schools and clinic-community integration for obesity prevention and treatment. Roza received her MPH in health policy and management and MCP in housing, community, and economic development from the University of California, Berkeley.