Alicia L. Carbaugh, M.H.S.
Alicia L. Carbaugh is a senior policy analyst for the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation’s HIV Policy Program. The Foundation’s work in HIV/AIDS policy seeks to provide the latest information, research, and analysis on major domestic and global HIV/AIDS policy issues. Her work includes analysis and monitoring of key epidemic trends and the major programs that provide prevention, care, and treatment to people at risk for and living with HIV/AIDS, and highlighting the impact of the epidemic on those populations and regions of the U.S. and the world that have been most affected. Ms. Carbaugh also has worked closely with the HIV/AIDS community for almost a decade, volunteering for community organizations that provide services to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Previously, Ms. Carbaugh served as a health policy analyst for the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, a major initiative of the Foundation. Her work focused on issues related the health care coverage, access to care, and financing of care for low-income and vulnerable populations. Prior to joining the Foundation, she served as a senior account executive with Edelman, a global public relations firm, where her work focused on the development and execution of strategic health communications initiatives for a range of corporate clients in the pharmaceutical industry.
Ms. Carbaugh holds a Master of Health Science degree in Health Policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of William and Mary.