Advocacy Group Hires Strong As New Health Policy Director

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Anna Strong has been named health policy director for Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.  The Little Rock-based non-profit promotes information and education regarding state policies toward children and families.

Strong has a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and a Master of Public Service degree from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. She’s also an alumna of Hendrix College. Strong has been serving as a senior policy analyst at the UAMS Center for Rural Health.

She replaces Elisabeth Wright Burak, who is moving to the Georgetown Center for Children and Families in Washington, D.C.