Sequoia Hall, MPA
Health Equity Fellow, Improving Access
Sequoia Hall is a health equity fellow at the California Health Care Foundation, where she works with the Improving Access team to expand the workforce in areas not well served by the health care system so that providers reflect the communities they serve. She also works with the team to improve health equity for Medi-Cal enrollees by expanding timely access to high-quality, culturally competent care.
Prior to joining CHCF, Sequoia was a program manager for the Alameda County Health Pathway Partnership, which aims to increase the diversity of the health care workforce. She is a board member for Comunidades Indígenas en Liderazgo, an Indigenous women-led nonprofit organization, and she previously served on the board of The California Endowment’s East Oakland Building Healthy Communities initiative. Sequoia received a bachelor’s degree in social welfare from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s of public administration from the University of Southern California.
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