Director, Public Health



Jill Rosenthal

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Jill Rosenthal is the director of Public Health Policy at the Center for American Progress, where she works with other experts at CAP to develop and advance bold solutions to address structural public health issues and tackle health disparities through a social determinants of health framework.  Before joining CAP, she served from 2000 to 2021 as senior program director at the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), where she led NASHP’s population health portfolio, conducting research and policy analyses and providing technical assistance to states on identifying financial models to support population health improvement, building communities of practice, documenting best practices, and providing consultation as states developed models for nationwide spread. Rosenthal has a background in public health and health policy development, health promotion, and evaluation. She is a graduate of Colgate University and holds a master’s in public health from the University of North Carolina.


How State and Local Leaders Can Prepare for Future COVID-19 Surges Article
A man gets a COVID-19 test at a testing hub at Penn Station in New York.

How State and Local Leaders Can Prepare for Future COVID-19 Surges

As COVID-19 wanes and governments relax public health measures, policymakers must closely monitor indicators that reflect prevalence and severity, precautions and protections, and treatment availability to maintain readiness for future surges and resume precautions as needed.

Jill Rosenthal

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