Robin Strongin President and CEO
Founder, Disruptive Women in Health Care

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Robin Strongin, President & CEO of Amplify Public Affairs, LLC (a woman-owned small business), and Creator & Founder of the award winning Disruptive Women in Health Care blog®, is an accomplished public affairs expert with over 30 years of experience working in Washington, DC.  Robin has worked with and for Federal and state governments, regulatory agencies, The White House, Congress, think tanks, nonprofit organizations, corporations, start-ups, coalitions and trade associations. Robin was selected as a Presidential Management Intern and worked in the Office of Legislation and Policy in the Health Care Financing Administration (now the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid), the Prospective Payment Assessment Commission (now the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission) in addition to serving in the Office of Congressman James J. Florio (D-NJ).

Robin currently serves on the following boards: Kaiser Permanente’s Institute for Health Policy; the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function (founded by Dr. Oliver Sacks); AcademyHealth’s Translation and Dissemination Institute Advisory Committee; and Physician-Parent Caregivers. She is a member of the Washington DC Capital Speakers Club and is a Contributor to The Hill newspaper.  In October 2015, Robin was named to the National Alzheimer’s Scientific, Patient and Caregiver Advisory Council of the newly approved PCORI-funded Alzheimer’s & Dementia Patient/Caregiver-Powered Research Network (AD-PCPRN).