Liz Kane is a senior associate with the Milken Institute Center for Public Health. Kane is an integral part of the center’s focus on addressing complex public and population health challenges as well as coordinating external engagements with schools of public health, commercial entities, and third-party organizations to improve individual and community health. In addition, she is working to formulate and launch the center's student ambassador program and develop a curriculum to support women, caregivers and community health workers. Previously, Kane worked in the corporate affairs department at Sanofi U.S., where she focused on launching new initiatives and supported prevention and wellness efforts by improving reimbursement for treatments and other operations. Kane holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. She works in the Institute’s Washington, D.C. office.