Alice Bufkin, MPAff

Associate Executive Director For Policy and Advocacy

As Associate Executive Director for Policy & Advocacy, Alice Bufkin leads CCC’s policy strategies and advocacy priorities focused on the impact of city and state budget, policy, and legislation on New York’s children and their families.

For three years leading up to this role, she served as CCC’s Director of Policy for Child and Adolescent Health, during which time she led CCC’s Healthy Minds, Healthy Kids campaign and managed CCC’s budget and legislative advocacy related to child and adolescent health and behavioral health. Prior to joining CCC, Alice served as the Director of Policy and Advocacy for the Texas Women’s Healthcare Coalition, where she led the coalition’s policy and legislative strategy to increase statewide access to reproductive and preventive healthcare. She also served as a Policy Associate with Texans Care for Children, where she led the organization’s advocacy work related to infant and maternal health, early intervention, and family financial security. Alice received her Bachelor of Arts from McGill University and her Master of Public Affairs degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.