Farah Erzouki is a Senior Policy Analyst on the Health Policy team. Prior to joining the Center, she served as a Research Manager at the University of Chicago Health Lab, where she managed a project focused on improving treatment services for justice-involved populations with opioid use disorders across Illinois.
Previously, Farah was the Public Health Programs Manager at ACCESS, the largest Arab American community nonprofit in the United States. There, she managed a portfolio of projects on a range of issues, including access to health care, advocacy, and research. She directed the agency’s CMS-funded Navigator program, which assisted folks in enrolling in and navigating their health coverage, and led efforts responding to policy changes such as Medicaid work requirements through legislative advocacy, coalition building, and storytelling.
Farah holds a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology and a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology, both from the University of Michigan.