Mia Arias is Director of Programs at the National Health Foundation where she is responsible for the management of a hospital collaborative focused on patient safety, developing patient and family centered care projects and overseeing a training program for certified application assisters and healthcare advocates.
Mrs. Arias has several years of experience working with non-profit community based healthcare organizations. Previously, Mrs. Arias served as the Simms/Mann Health and Wellness Project Coordinator at Venice Family Clinic. Prior to this, she worked in development at The Children’s Clinic, a community clinic in Long Beach, CA.
Mrs. Arias received her Master Degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in nonprofit management from the University of Southern California and received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Ms. Arias is a graduate of the CORO Health Leadership Program and is a board member of Girls on the Run of Los Angeles County.