Sabrina Spitaletta is a director with the Center for Public Health at the Milken Institute. Ms. Spitaletta is charged with leading the Center’s efforts focusing on mental health, particularly the opioid crisis, and strategic collaborations across sectors and stakeholders. Ms. Spitaletta is also responsible for engagement with schools of public health, and both program design and execution of the Future Health Leaders student ambassador program pilot. Before joining the Institute, Ms. Spitaletta was Head of Corporate Relations and Engagement at Children’s Health Fund. Her responsibilities focused on strategic goal setting, cultivating thought leadership, and collaborative opportunities to broaden the corporate community’s awareness of the Fund’s healthcare access, and advocacy work for underserved children in the U.S. For over a decade, Ms. Spitaletta held leadership roles in corporate affairs and human resources at Sanofi U.S. She holds a bachelor’s degree with honors from Brown University and a master’s degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. She is on the Dean’s Strategic Advisory Council for the Brown University School of Public Health, and also serves as a board member for Community Health Charities.