Kylie Cooper is a public health professional currently residing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She earned her Master’s in Public Health in 2012 and has focused her career on oncology for more than a decade.
Holding various roles within health systems and the non-profit sector, she has developed a niche for the complexities of the oncologic continuum of care. Her focus is around ensuring patients do not fall through the cracks of a fragmented health system; accomplished by improvements in system operations, advocacy of patient needs, development of patient programs, and partnerships with community organizations for vulnerable populations.
Kylie’s passion for cancer control can be seen in the multitude of ways she has impacted the organizations she has worked with; from developing a statewide mammography program in the country’s most rural areas, to creating cancer control strategies and finding innovative solutions when impactful outcomes are critical and resources are limited. Kylie is excited to bring her experience and skills to her new role as Director, National Navigation Roundtable working alongside the influential steering committee to drive progress in the field.