Robbi Kay Norman has spent over 14 years working in public policy. She has assisted in the vision and design of a new approach to integrate public health prevention programs, brought sustainable policy approaches from theory to implementation, and created opportunities for private and public partnerships for supporting prevention in Washington State. She has developed and delivered training curriculum in numerous content areas, with a focus on primary prevention and policy solutions. Robbi Kay was previously an employee of the Washington State Department of Health for almost nine years (1999-2007)and held several positions with the agency, including Legislative Coordinator, Policy and Community Liaison, and Health and Productivity Coordinator. In addition to her work with Foundation for Healthy Generations providing technical assistance to regional public health HUBS and local health jurisdictions, Robbi Kay works with Kathy Burgoyne and Melanie Gillespie on development of a framework for assessing feasibility of expansion of our Community Health Advocate project with new possible public housing authority (PHA) partners. We currently have many PHA’s interested in bringing this program to their residents. Robbi Kay is currently co-principal of Uncommon Solutions, Inc., a public policy consultant and training firm based in Olympia.