Elizabeth Linderbaum is Deputy Director of Regulatory Affairs at the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). In this role, she analyzes regulations that come out of Federal agencies, assessing their impact on Federally Qualified Health Centers and ensures FQHCs are in compliance with new rules/regulations. Her main policy areas of focus include the 340B drug pricing program and Medicaid enrollment and eligibility. Elizabeth previously worked at the Association for Community Affiliated Plans and worked as a Health Navigator in Aurora, Colorado. She received a BA in Government and International Politics from George Mason University and her Master’s in Public Policy from the George Washington University. Elizabeth is also a former Bryce Harlow fellow and while she has lived on the East Coast for nearly 10 years, is a native Iowan.