Reena Singh serves as the Senior Program Officer at the Foundation. She oversees a portfolio of grant programs that advance the Foundation’s mission of expanding access to health care for racially, ethnically, economically and socially marginalized communities in Massachusetts. Before joining the Foundation, she served as the Director of Campaign Planning and Communications at Voices for Healthy Kids, an initiative of the American Heart Association, where she developed advocacy resources and trainings to support state, local and tribal advocacy campaigns to make each day healthier for all kids. Prior to that, Reena worked at Community Catalyst, a national non-profit advocacy organization working to build consumer leadership in the American health system for twelve years. She oversaw and provided coaching and technical assistance focused on building the advocacy capacity of health justice organizations focused on coverage, access and equity policy initiatives. She also managed the Health Justice Fund which provided grants to organizations across the country. Reena holds a master’s degree in public policy and administration from Columbia University, where she received the Harvey Picker Prize for Public Service. She also participated in the Boston University Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership.
Senior Program Officer