Community Liaison, Prevention Policy & Practice Group
Camlyn McCracken is Community Liaison for the Prevention Policy & Practice Group (3PG) within the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research at the University of California, Davis. Her work currently focuses on tobacco cessation, working with community clinics throughout California to support and improve efforts for patients seeking to quit tobacco. Some of her previous work includes the Koa Family Study, a randomized controlled trial testing the effectiveness of a community-based, whole health program addressing overweight, obesity, and quality of life. She also worked at the California Department of Health Care Services in the Office of Medical Director. In that role, she supported a number of major projects in quality improvement and population health. Camlyn graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design. She enjoys applying her graphic design skills in branding and identity, web design, and content development to advance health and well-being for individuals and communities.