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Van Do-Reynoso, MPH is Public Health Director in Madera County, California and a PhD Candidate in Public Health Services and Systems Research at the University of California, Merced. She has been a leader for Madera County public health since 2008, and managed county behavioral health and human services programs since 2004. Ms. Do-Reynoso currently chairs the San Joaquin Valley Health Consortium, which engages public health leaders from eight central California counties in strategic planning, training, policy development and research to improve the quality and responsiveness to pressing public health issues faced by the counties and the region. Her prior experience includes operations planning with the Kaiser Permanente Northern California operations, and extended volunteer public health activities for an orphanage in Mexico.
Ms. Do-Reynoso is an active member of state and local health commissions and workgroups related to medical benefits, public health leadership, and interagency planning. She received the 2014 PHSSR Pre-doctoral Scholar in Public Health Delivery award (PPS-PHD), and co-led the public health delivery and cost study for the California Public Health Practice Based Research Network. Ms. Do-Reynoso received her MPH in Health Policy and Administration from University of California, Berkeley.