Alexandra Quinn is CEO of Health Leads, a U.S.-based NGO that partners with communities, health systems, and public health to address systemic causes of inequity and disease. Alexandra has spent two decades in the federal government and nonprofit sectors working on issues of equity, justice, education, and health. She is a W.K. Kellogg Community Leadership Network Fellow focused on racial equity, racial healing, and leadership and was named to the “Care100 list” as one of the most influential people in care in 2020. In 2021, with several other national leaders, Alexandra co-founded and co-leads the Vaccine Equity Cooperative to enable equitable vaccine access and increased advocacy for and support of local community-based workforces and caregivers navigating the COVID-19 vaccine landscape. Alexandra holds a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College, a Master of Arts from Georgetown University, and a Community Health Worker Certification from City College San Francisco. She resides in Oakland, California, with her two kids, two dogs, and partner.