Bridget Walsh is a Senior Policy Analyst for the Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy (Schuyler Center), a statewide, nonprofit, policy and advocacy organization in New York that focuses on low-income and vulnerable populations. Dedicated to public policy solutions that improve the wellbeing of New York’s most vulnerable families, the Schuyler Center takes a data-driven approach to identify problems, generate solutions, and hold government accountable. Ms. Walsh has more than 25 years of experience in the field of health policy in New York. She has held positions in State government and several nonprofit organizations representing constituencies as varied as physicians and business. She has deep expertise in the areas of public health, oral health, maternal and child health, and public programs and policies involving social determinants of health. Ms. Walsh currently serves as chair of Hunger Solutions New York, and is a board member of Docs for Tots and the New York State Oral Health Coalition. She has held board positions for the New York State Public Health Association and Hixny. She is a member of the maternal and child health block grant advisory board and institutional review board for the New York State Department of Health.