Brandee Izquierdo is the Director of Behavioral Health Programs for Pew Charitable Trusts where she leads researchers and advocates working at the state and federal levels to expand access to evidence-based treatment for substance use disorders and improve suicide prevention interventions in hospitals and health systems. Before joining Pew, Dr. Izquierdo held several leadership roles, including executive director of the Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic Project and director of advocacy and outreach at Faces & Voices of Recovery. She also served as the associate director of special populations with Behavioral Health System Baltimore and as director of consumer affairs for Maryland’s Behavioral Health Administration. Dr. Izquierdo is a woman in recovery, holds a bachelor’s degree in government and public policy, a master’s in public administration, and a doctorate in public administration.
Brandee Izquierdo, Ph.D, DPA, MPA
November 14, 2023 |