Angela Snyder, Ph.D. M.P.H. is a Research Associate Professor at Georgia State University and is the Director of Health Policy and Financing at the Georgia Health Policy Center. Her work includes research, policy evaluation, and technical assistance in program implementation for state– and community–level health projects. Her research uses both qualitative and quantitative data (including administrative databases) to study the health outcomes that result from the organization and financing of public health systems. Much of her previous research has been in child health and wellbeing focusing on evaluating policy options for increasing health insurance coverage for children and the quality of care received by children enrolled in public benefit programs. She has accomplished this work through a fifteen-year partnership with the Georgia Department of Community Health. Most recently, through a partnership with the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill, she has applied her knowledge of Medicaid to co-lead the policy core of the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center and has also partnered on the Maternal Telehealth Access Project. Dr. Snyder received her Ph.D. in health policy from Yale University and her M.P.H. in health systems management from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Prior to pursuing her Ph.D., Dr. Snyder worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for nine years.