Mina Yuan is the Public Engagement Assistant for United States of Care.
She comes to the team with health services research experience from the Center for Behavioral Health Services and Implementation Research at Stanford University. There, she worked on several federally funded projects, including efforts to increase access to medication for addiction treatment and initiatives promoting sustainment of integrated behavioral health programs at Stanford Primary Care. In the COVID-19 era, Mina has also been involved with piloting new telehealth programs at the Cardinal Free Clinics and promoting health literacy among medically underserved communities.
Mina received her BA in Economics from Stanford University and currently lives in her hometown of Maple Grove, MN.