Stephanie Green is a coalition and partnerships manager on the Health Justice team at the National Partnership, where she coordinates projects that intersect health policy and community engagement. On her current project, she is assisting measure developers and other health care stakeholders collaborate with patients and families to ensure that care design and delivery meet the needs of patients and families.
Prior to her work at the National Partnership, Stephanie has worked in social services as a support broker for a D.C.-based self-directed disability caregiving program, called Services, My Way. She has many years’ experience working in and understanding caregiving services for the elderly and disability populations and in helping individuals navigate social services programs. Before that, she has also worked to addressed food insecurity in the District for The Food Research and Action Center and D.C. Hunger Solutions as a bilingual outreach associate hosting workshops on barriers to access and assisting elderly individuals apply for SNAP benefits. Stephanie graduated from University of Maryland-College Park with major in family science and minor in human development.
Stephanie is a native Washingtonian, currently residing in Silver Spring, MD. She enjoys watching 90’s sitcoms, like Boy Meets World, indulging in true crime podcasts and playing with her black cat Rosemary.