Caroline (Carrie) Rosenzweig
New York, NY
Carrie Rosenzweig is an experienced public policy analyst and researcher who has spent her career serving vulnerable populations with a focus on issues related to coverage and access to reproductive health and family planning services for low-income women.
As a policy analyst at the Kaiser Family Foundation, she authored in-depth briefs and fact sheets, examining key issues related to coverage and access to sexual and reproductive health services. She also analyzed administrative regulatory action and proposed state policies with a focus on their potential impact on women. In addition, her work there included the development of survey tools, analysis of the results, and summarizing the findings into reports.
In university and public health settings, Carrie provided invaluable data collection and analysis in addition to literature review and research support. She also evaluated a pilot program designed to increase the quality and efficiency of county efforts to build a shared infrastructure to support cross-system fund development efforts to win competitive grants. She also provided implementation analysis and recommendation of best practices to expand that program countywide.
She has a Master of Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish language and literature from the University of Michigan.
In her free time, Carrie enjoys baking pies, traveling abroad, and spending time with her friends, family, and dachshund, Joey.