Felicia Heider joined NASHP in 2013. She primarily works on topics related to population health and Medicaid and delivery system reform. Specifically, her projects focus on health promotion and disease prevention initiatives, Medicaid demonstration waivers, early childhood health, and evidence-based policymaking. Felicia’s work includes policy research and analysis, evaluation, and technical assistance to states. Felicia graduated from Bowdoin College in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biochemistry and French.