Kimberly Alexander-Bratcher

Project Planner, Practical Playbook
Primary Liaison, BUILD Health Challenge 2.0.

Kimberly Alexander-Bratcher is a Project Planner for the Practical Playbook and Primary Liaison with the BUILD Health Challenge 2.0. In this role, she provides technical assistance to several BUILD 2.0 awardees and serves as a member of the project team at the Practical Playbook. Previously, Kimberly worked for the American Cancer Society, Inc. as a Senior Manager of Primary Care Systems leading the teams in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia in their work with federally qualified health centers, primary care associations, and safety net partners in quality improvement through cancer screening and prevention across the cancer continuum. She brings strengths to the team from both her work in statewide health policy and practical experience on the ground in a variety of health care settings. As Project Director and Research Associate at the North Carolina Institute of Medicine, her area of expertise was the health care safety net and she directed task forces on health issues including patient and family engagement, rural health, early childhood obesity prevention, behavioral health for the military and their families, health care quality, and chronic kidney disease. While in graduate school, Kimberly served as Executive Director of Pitt County Care, a non-profit organization that operated a free clinic focused on migrant workers and their families. Ms. Bratcher also worked as a Spanish interpreter and translator for clinics focused on women and children and as an independent contractor. She earned a Master of Public Health from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, minor in Chemistry, and Certificate in Spanish for Business from Wake Forest University.

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