Stephanie Mensh has more than 20 years experience managing and directing large scale projects and coordinating with agency officials at all government levels. She has substantive expertise in Medicaid, Medicare and health insurance reimbursement policies; supportive services for independent living; and housing programs for people with disabilities and chronic conditions. She has experience in evidence-based practices, quality measures, and clinical practice guidelines. She has managed special projects for the HHS Office on Disability on “medical home” collaboration throughout HHS and for CMS on competitive bidding for durable medical equipment, facilitating collaboration between CMS and the medical device industry. She is a prolific writer and editor with clinical, professional, and consumer publication and presentation credits. She serves as Consumer representative on the National Quality Forum’s Steering Committee for stroke care quality measures and as an appointee to the Fairfax County (Virginia) Human Services Council, advising on community support services and housing programs. Ms. Mensh has a Masters of Public Administration (M.P.A.), George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, and a B.A., Political Science & English, The American University, Washington, DC.