Jeffrey Reynoso, DrPH, MPH
Latino Coalition for a Healthy California
Jeffrey Reynoso, DrPH, is the executive director of the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, the state’s leading policy organization advocating for health equity of the Latino community. In his role, he is responsible for strategic leadership and external relations, fundraising and financial management, organizational development of the staff and board, and delivering on policy advocacy and programmatic initiatives. For over a decade, he has worked on health equity and social justice issues spanning academia, government, and non-profit sectors at multiple levels, including local/regional, state, and national. Most recently, he was a doctoral fellow at Kaiser Permanente, where he designed innovative programs to address food insecurity in the Southern California region. Reynoso is the first Latino to receive a doctorate in public health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and he completed his master’s in public health at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and his Bachelor of Arts at UCLA.