The Project Angel Heart Board of Directors is proud to welcome two new board members starting in January 2023: Brad Clark, president & CEO of the Gill Foundation and Tracy Johnson, ORAU INSPIRE fellow serving as Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) senior advisor, Medicaid.
“We’re excited and grateful to welcome Brad and Tracy. Project Angel Heart has important strategic goals to expand its nutrition and medically tailored meal program to more severely ill Coloradans in more places, regardless of their economic circumstances. Brad and Tracy will bring invaluable experience to help us meet our significant strategic vision,” said Project Angel Heart Board Chair Randy Lindsay-Brisbin.
Brad Clark, president & CEO, Gill Foundation
Brad brings nearly twenty years of experience expanding and achieving equality for LGBTQ people and building more inclusive institutions and communities. As the president & CEO of the Gill Foundation, Brad leads one of the country’s largest foundations dedicated to advance LGBTQ equality. Throughout his career, Brad has built strategic relationships with federal, state, and local officials in efforts to ensure equal opportunity and justice.
Tracy Johnson, ORAU INSPIRE fellow serving as CMMI senior advisor, Medicaid
Tracy brings more than two decades of health policy experience in both Colorado and Washington, D.C., spanning public, private, non-profit and academic sectors. Tracy has focused on improving health outcomes for publicly insured and uninsured people. She has had professional and personal commitment to the social determinants of health, especially in the areas of food and housing, including publishing work, advancing policy, and volunteering with Project Angel Heart. Tracy was previously Medicaid director at the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. She holds a doctorate in health policy and management from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and a master’s in bioethics from the University of Virginia.