Michele H. Kimball
Michele H. Kimball is the President and CEO of Physicians for Fair Coverage (PFC) She is an executive and government relations professional specializing in U.S. health care policy at both the state and federal levels. Since 2016, Michele has been a Client Director for Interel leading Physicians for Fair Coverage – a national, multispecialty, non-profit, non-partisan advocacy organization – as their President and CEO.
With a deep understanding of health, long-term care, and consumer protection issues, Michele served as the first Director of AARP Minnesota where she built and led a team in the successful development and implementation of AARP’s advocacy, education, grassroots and volunteer engagement initiatives.
Earlier, Michele served on the Federal Affairs Health Team of AARP’s Office of Legislation and Public Policy in Washington, DC, and co-led the AARP Medicare Fraud Team that established an award-winning national campaign to fight Medicare fraud in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Prior to her work with AARP, Michele was a staff member of the United States House of Representatives Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, a staff assistant with the Government Relations Office of Merrill Lynch, and a Courtroom Intern for the United States Supreme Court.
In 2013, Michele established Aging reDesign, a consultancy to help create transformative change for aging in place through innovation and technology. Key clients included Buurtzorg Nederland, the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (CTAC), GrandPad, TPT/PBS Next Avenue, and WindowMirror.
Michele has served on numerous boards and commissions throughout the years, and currently serves as a member of AARP’s National Advisory Panel for Long-Term Care Services and Supports. She has a degree in Public Administration and Public Law from Alfred University in Alfred, New York, a Certificate in Strategic Management from St. Thomas University in Minneapolis, MN, and a Certificate in Women’s Leadership from St. Catherine’s University in St. Paul, MN.