Maine’s CRC Policy Story
Maine recently passed major colorectal cancer (CRC) policy at the state level. Join us to listen to their story and learn what worked well for CRC state advocacy!
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Hilary Schneider is a health care professional with nearly twenty years of public policy experience, including more than 15 years in health policy and advocacy in Maine. She currently serves as the Director of Government Relations for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) in Maine, where she represents ACS CAN at the Maine Legislature and directs the federal and state policy and advocacy activities in the state. She has served on several health care commissions in the state of Maine examining issues related to health care access, quality of care, and public health. Ms. Schneider also spent many years in the private sector working in marketing and economic and management consulting. She holds a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a B.A. in Economics from Bates College. Her passion for fighting against cancer is extremely personal, as her mother died of breast cancer when Ms. Schneider was 12 years old and one of Ms. Schneider’s best friends lost her battle to cancer shortly after college graduation.