Dara Alpert Lieberman leads Trust for America’s Health advocacy around infectious disease prevention, disease surveillance, and strengthening the nation’s public health emergency preparedness and response capabilities. She has also worked at the American Counseling Association, the Children’s Defense Fund, and the Senate Committee on Armed Services.
Ms. Lieberman previously served as a legislative representative for American Counseling Association, where she advocated for mental health access issues. In recent years, Ms. Lieberman has also worked on children’s health care access for the Children's Defense Fund and served as a staff member for the Senate Committee on Armed Services. In addition to working directly with policymakers, she has organized grassroots advocacy efforts at the national and state level.
Ms. Lieberman holds an MPP from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. She graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Public Policy Studies from Duke University.
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