Natalie Davis brings over a decade of experience in developing and implementing health care policies to improve the life of all Americans. She brings a depth of focus on the impact of policies and actions on the lives of real Americans, and leads efforts on strategic and stakeholder engagement across the health care spectrum.
Natalie is an Advisor to the Bipartisan Policy Center, and to AVIA focusing on improving the delivery of care to vulnerable populations. She spent close to a decade at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) implementing strategy and operations of health insurance exchange policies. She spent her last two years at CMS as the Senior Advisor to Andy Slavitt during his tenure as the Acting Administrator of CMS. In that role, she provided strategic and tactical direction in the development of CMS internal and external priorities, as well acting as a liaison with stakeholders and leaders throughout the country. Most recently, Natalie was Director of Strategic Engagement at the Bipartisan Policy Center.
Prior to CMS, she worked for the National Committee for Quality Assurance, for the George Washington University School of Medicine Office of the Deans, and for Academic Medicine, the scholarly journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Natalie holds an M.A. in Social Policy from George Washington University and is an alumna of Salisbury University schools of Sociology and Art History. Natalie lives in Washington, DC with her awesome husband and four children.