Stephanie Katz is the lead staffer developing the strategic direction and implementation of public policy and advocacy initiatives impacting access to care, including pharmaceutical pricing, Medicare, provider reimbursement and access to mental health services.
Stephanie manages the political and lobbying strategy of legislative priorities and opportunities and acts as the primary lobbyist for access to care issues impacting the Parkinson’s community.
Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Southern California, a Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University, and a master in public health policy from the George Washington University.
Prior to MJFF, Stephanie was a lobbyist for the American Physical Therapy Association. She previously worked for a member of the House of Representatives as a legislative assistant specializing in healthcare.