Rosa Sepulveda Klein is Health Share of Oregon's Chief Health Strategy Officer. Rosa comes to Health Share from Multnomah County Health Department’s Office of Health Policy and Advocacy where she worked as a Policy Advisor, tracking and monitoring public health legislative issues and working to ensure that our elected officials take health equity and the social determinants of health into account when creating public policy. Prior to that Rosa worked in Environmental Health developing housing programs for people with health problems related to substandard housing conditions, particularly low income children with asthma. She earned a Master’s degree in Public Policy from The Harvard Kennedy School and a Bachelor's from the University of California at Santa Cruz. She was born and raised in Grand Ronde, Oregon. Her international experience includes work as a policy analyst for UNICEF in Suriname, and as a Peace Corps Volunteer working to prevent HIV in high risk populations.