Adolph Falcón is the Executive Vice President of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health. He provides leadership and management for the Alliance’s program, science, and policy portfolios. He also serves as Director of the Alliance’s Healthy Americas Institute at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine.
Mr. Falcón is the principal investigator of Nuestros Tesoros (Our Treasures), funded by the Kresge Foundation, which works to support the sustainability of Hispanic-serving multi-service organizations and of Nuestro Futuro (Our Future), funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which is developing a community-driven Hispanic leadership response to preventing LatinX youth vaping and tobacco addiction. He also leads an initiative, funded by the Centene Charitable Foundation, partnering with Sesame Street in Communities bringing bilingual resources to families and early-childhood services providers to support children in their first years of life.
A nationally recognized expert on Hispanic health policy, Mr. Falcón played a leading role in the landmark Disadvantaged Minority Health Improvement Act of 1990. Most recently, he has been active in the nation’s policy response to COVID-19 as well as the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Tax Act, the Personal Care Products Safety Act, and regulatory efforts to improve equity and quality of care. He serves on the Board of Directors of ChangeLab Solutions and of National Assembly Business Services.
Mr. Falcón holds a BA from Yale University and an MPP from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.