Kacey Wulff manages The Children’s Movement, the statewide network of “pro-kid” business, education, parent, civil rights, faith, community, and non-profit organizations that want to make kids the top public policy priority.
Prior to Children Now, Kacey served in the Obama administration as the Director of Outreach and Enrollment at the US Department of Health and Human Services. There, she worked to implement the Affordable Care Act and led efforts across policy and external affairs teams to develop and implement strategies to drive enrollment on healthcare.gov. Kacey also served at as a policy advisor and special assistant in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, where she responded to natural and made-made public health emergencies.
Kacey publishes, presents, and teaches on the intersection of health disparities, public policy, and community resilience. She has a MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she was awarded the Sommer Scholarship for leadership in public health, and a BA in Philosophy from Stanford University. She has been recognized as a Fellow in Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health and a Fellow at the New Leaders Council.