Ms. Goldstein has 25 years of experience in public health fundraising strategy, program development, policy, evaluation, and research. She has secured major federal and foundation grants for municipal health departments as well as nonprofit organizations. Ms. Goldstein worked on the proposal to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to fund Communities Putting Prevention to Work, which resulted in an award of $31.1 million to the NYC Health Department through the Fund. In addition, she has conducted research and published reports on public health insurance policy, founded and managed a program to assist consumers with health insurance, and consulted with organizations on building organizational capacity.
Before joining the Fund, Ms. Goldstein worked at the New York City Comptroller’s Office, the New York State Department of Health, Community Service Society of New York, and as an independent consultant. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University, an MA from New York University, and an MPA with honors with a concentration in Health Policy from the Rockefeller College at SUNY Albany.