Kara Hinkley, MPP – Regional Director

Kara Hinkley manages Provide's site-based implementation teams in Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Louisiana and Colorado.

kh@providecare.org

Kara Hinkley manages Provide’s site-based implementation teams in Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Louisiana and Colorado.
A native-Kentuckian, Kara holds a B.S. in Sociology from the University of Louisville, and a Master of Public Policy from the University of Denver. Kara has spent over 10 years in health policy research and advocacy, and has been cited in the Georgetown Law Journal, the National Association of State Health Policy, Politico, Modern Healthcare, and Bloomberg. Kara has coached remote teams of staff and volunteers to drive policy change on local, state and national levels. Prior to joining Provide, Kara was a Senior Manager of Advocacy for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and a Program Associate with the National Conference of State Legislatures’ (NCSL) Health Program, where she managed the Nations’ leading scope-of-practice database. Prior to her work with NCSL, Kara founded a health policy consulting business based in Denver, Colorado, where she served as a subject matter expert in the field of health policy and wrote speeches for political candidates. One of her proudest professional achievements is when she successfully argued before an administrative law judge to procure a medical exemption for medically fragile electric utility consumers in Colorado.

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