Anne Kinzel, a policy specialist with a strong emphasis on healthcare and healthcare reform, has an extensive professional background, ranging from healthcare access and bioenergy to administrative law and civil procedure. Currently, Anne is an expert in policy research, providing counsel and advice to business, political, and civic leaders while continuously striving for improvement and high-quality service delivery to the public. Anne studied BA in Psychology at the University of California, Davis, JD in Law at San Joaquin College of Law, and obtained an MA in Title IX - Educational Equity at Iowa State University.
For over a decade, Anne has held multiple leadership positions in diverse fields, including former Chief Operating Officer, CenUSA Bioenergy & Assistant Dir. ISU Bioeconomy Institute at Iowa State University, Commission Coordinator at Iowa Legislative Health Care Coverage Commission, Director, Research & Policy at Selzer & Co., Director, Iowa State Planning Grant at Iowa Department of Public Health, and Senior Deputy at Fresno County Counsel.
Anne is an exceptional communicator, able to translate complex health policy concepts into communications that consumers and voters can appreciate and use. She is a skilled public speaker and excels in environments that provide new challenges and demands continuous learning and improvement. Her interests span bioenergy, municipal, and county law, medical, hospital, and public health law, participatory dialogue facilitation, and equity in athletics.