Division of Health Management and Policy
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- MSW, University of Southern California 1985
Emphasis: Community Organization, Planning, and Administration
- MA in Jewish Community Service, Hebrew Union College 1985
Emphasis: Non-Profit Management
- BSW, the University of Texas at Austin 1982
Gary Rotto serves as a lecturer in the School of Public Health. This role allows for Mr. Rotto to integrate practical healthcare policy experience with academic scholarship. Mr. Rotto has over 20 years of experience in public health policy first serving as a policy advisor to several elected officials and then working in the private, non-profit sector. For the past 12 years, his work has focused on policy development and advocacy on behalf of Federally Qualified Health Centers. He has served on numerous committees and working groups with the state and national association of community health centers and received the Elizabeth E. (Betsey) Cooke Grassroots Advocacy Award from the National Association of Community Health Centers. He is also a long-time member of the Board of Trustees of the Insure the Uninsured Project (ITUP) based in Sacramento. Mr. Rotto maintains a health policy blog on LinkedIn and is creating the School of Public Health monthly health policy podcast.