An experienced project manager and strategic communicator, Margaux McFetridge has worked with a wide range of nonprofit organizations, service providers, and foundations to implement and promote innovative service delivery programs, share best practices, and enact policy change to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable populations.
Prior to joining HMA, she worked with Transform Health providing grant-writing, project management, and communications support for the City of Sacramento’s Whole Person Care pilot program, authorized through California’s Section 1115 Medicaid waiver. The pilot, known as Pathways to Health + Home, targets homeless high-utilizers, providing stabilizing health and housing supports with the goal of creating a more integrated system of care.
Margaux also served as a consultant at Harbage Consulting and i.e. communications. At Harbage Consulting, her work included communications, policy analysis, and grant writing support for the Mount Sinai Health System’s participation in New York State’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP). She was responsible for drafting and editing the health system’s DSRIP application and provided extensive DSRIP provider communications and outreach, policy tracking and analysis.
With i.e. communications, Margaux gained experience utilizing qualitative and quantitative research for policy advocacy materials for a broad range of clients in the public health, healthcare, human services, and violence prevention sectors. She has worked on projects for clients including the California Health Care Foundation, The California Endowment, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, Kidsdata.org, Joyce Foundation, Illinois Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, California Alliance of Child and Family Services, and Stuart Foundation.
She earned a bachelor’s degree from Mills College in United States history.