Suzanne Pak is the Director of Community & Behavioral Health of Korean Women’s Association (KWA). She manages programs that range from care coordination for high risk pregnant women (through funding from Pierce County Accountable Community of Health and WA State Department of Health), cancer screening navigation (through funding from Komen Puget Sound, MultiCare Community Partnership Fund, and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance), Everyday Prevention (through funding from Verdant Health Commission), and Screening/ Brief/ Intervention/ Referral to Treatment for mental health and substance use (through funding from WA State Division of Behavioral Health & Recovery). Recently, Suzanne presented to Governor Inslee at the Results WA Summit on community health workers’ role in improving infant and maternal health. Suzanne is passionate about delivering culturally responsive and person-centered services in partnership with community, health, and social service organizations. Suzanne serves on the Provider Integration Panel for the Pierce County Accountable Community of Health, Community Action Coalition for FredHutch Health Disparities Research Center, ambassador for Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute, and partner for WeWorkForHealth coaltion.