Mark Cloutier, MPP, MPH
Program Director for Public Policy, Community Health, and Civic Engagement
Mark Cloutier, MPP, MPH, program director for public policy, community health, and civic engagement, leads the Foundation’s activities and initiatives to correct health disparities by expanding access to care, promoting community based prevention, and advancing health reform. He will lead the Foundation’s efforts to address state budget issues and the intersection in the economic development, social, cultural, education, and health arenas effecting low-income communities and communities of color. Mr. Cloutier has a wealth of experience in health policy, healthcare consulting, public health, and executive management. Most recently he was principal at Sellers Dorsey, where he managed the firm’s population/public health portfolio with a focus on LGBT health. Previously, he was CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, where he led its transformation into a thought leader on evidenced-based strategies to control and end the HIV epidemic. He was also concurrently president of the Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation, an affiliate of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, where he oversaw the development of the strategic plan and the execution of the business strategy. Earlier, he consulted in the healthcare arena, concentrating on bioethics, healthcare allocation strategies, and redesign of primary care. Mr. Cloutier earned a Bachelor’s degree from Lewis and Clark College and has Masters degrees in Public Policy and Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley.