Assistant Director of Policy, California Primary Care Association
Elizabeth Oseguera is the Assistant Director of Policy for the California Primary Care Association. Her issue areas include 340B, Proposition 64, mental health, workforce, specifically as it relates to community health workers, and immigration. As the lead on immigration work for CPCA, she has collaborated with immigrant partners to create resources, such as sample policies and procedures, toolkits and trainings that help health centers prepare staff and patients for a possible encounter with immigration officials.
Elizabeth graduated from Sonoma State University in 2010, with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice. During college she worked as an educational advisor for migrant students. She is a daughter of immigrant parents who are passionate about helping marginalized communities gain access to basic health services in a culturally appropriate way.