Alexandra Maul, MPH, is a program officer at the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) supporting initiatives related to child health quality and populations with complex needs. With a focus on upstream prevention and improving the health of low-income infants, children, and families, she leads the Medicaid Early Childhood Innovation Lab and Advancing Medicaid-Public Health Efforts to Reduce Childhood Obesity initiatives. Ms. Maul also supports the technical assistance and the development and implementation needs of the Advancing Trauma-Informed Care multi-site demonstration.
Prior to joining CHCS, Ms. Maul worked with the University of California, Los Angeles/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute, where she researched and developed health education programs for Head Start agencies around the country. She also conducted a needs assessment with the Maternal, Child, and Adolescent division of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to improve the health of adolescents in Los Angeles County. Ms. Maul began her career in public health with a health education non-profit in Washington, DC, where she planned and executed national provider education programs in nutrition, oncology, and mind-body medicine. She also served as an account manager with a global business strategy consulting firm in Washington, DC.
Ms. Maul holds a master’s degree in public health from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she focused on maternal and child health, nutrition, and chronic disease prevention. She holds a bachelor’s degree in human and organizational development, specifically in organizational behavior, from Vanderbilt University.
Technical Assistance BriefTraining Staff in Trauma Treatments: Considerations for Complex Care Providers February 2017
BriefStrategies for Encouraging Staff Wellness in Trauma-Informed Organizations December 2016
BriefKey Ingredients for Successful Trauma-Informed Care Implementation April 2016
Technical Assistance BriefMoving from Goal to Impact: A Quality Improvement Approach to Advancing Children’s Oral Health in Medicaid August 2015
BriefTrauma-Informed Care: Opportunities for High-Need, High-Cost Medicaid Populations March 2015