Inspira Health welcomes Brianna Donahue as new director of policy and government affairs

New Director Brings Policy Expertise and Community Connection to Inspira Health’s External Affairs Team

Robin Walton, the Chief Philanthropy Officer and Senior Vice President of External Affairs at Inspira Health, has appointed Brianna Donahue as the director of policy and government affairs. In her new role, Donahue will be responsible for representing Inspira at local, state, and federal legislative levels. She will work closely with Walton to gather feedback from the community and share it with the health network in order to improve the organization’s delivery of quality health care in southern New Jersey.

Donahue’s deep policy expertise and passion for connecting with lawmakers make her an ideal fit for this position. Walton believes that Donahue’s determination and commitment will help strengthen Inspira’s position in the community and further its work among governmental entities. Donahue’s previous experience as vice president at the Advocacy & Management Group, where she represented more than 12 health care clients and maintained relationships with lawmakers and the administration of Gov. Phil Murphy, will be particularly valuable in this role.

Aside from her professional work, Donahue is also involved in the community. She serves on the board of directors for the South Jersey Young Democrats and is the co-founder and vice chair for the Paul Michael Donahue Memorial Foundation. As a resident of Mullica Hill, she has a deep-rooted connection to New Jersey community and government affairs and relations.

Donahue is excited about her new role at Inspira Health and believes that it is vital to represent the importance of high-quality health care to those they work with in government and the community at large. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Rowan University and will receive her Master of Public Administration degree from Rutgers University this fall.

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