Stephanie Landrum-Hall


Stephanie Landrum-Hall, MPH

Director of Special Projects

Stephanie Landrum-Hall serves as the Director of Special Projects at Transform Health. In this role she manages systems transformation projects throughout the organization, providing backbone infrastructural leadership on workflows and work plans, and senior level advising of daily project management to ensure on-time delivery and client satisfaction. 

She comes to Transform Health with over twenty years of experience in philanthropy, program management, relationship building and community engagement. She possesses a proven track record of leading multidisciplinary teams in health plan, hospital, and non-profit settings, and her expertise lies in developing and executing multimillion dollar investment programs for underserved and historically marginalized communities throughout California. 

Previous to Transform Health, Stephanie served as the Senior Manager of Community Grants and Public Affairs for Health Net. In this position, she strategically developed, managed and assessed the impact of grant and investment programs across California, with a primary focus on ensuring the overall success of a $65M Community Grant portfolio. These grants were instrumental in supporting Medi-Cal populations statewide, concentrating efforts on outreach and enrollment, health workforce development, and initiatives related to quality improvement and encounter data improvement. During her tenure, she also launched the Telehealth Capacity Grant Program in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, resulting in the awarding of $13.4M to 138 grantees. This initiative represented the largest grant of its kind by a health plan in California. Prior to Health Net, Stephanie served as the Community Benefit Health Specialist for Kaiser Permanente Northern California, responsible for developing strategic partnerships, grants and public health initiatives. Efforts focused on improving outreach and enrollment, healthy eating and active living, violence prevention and behavioral health for Medi-Cal populations throughout the greater Sacramento region.  

An advocate for women’s health and social justice, Stephanie currently serves as Vice President of Community Against Sexual Harm’s Board of Directors, a non-profit that provides harm reduction and wrap around services to women who have been commercially sexually exploited and trafficked. Previously she served on the Susan G. Komen Northern & Central California Board of Directors, and additionally served as California Chapter Chair of Health Net’s 700+ member DEI group that develops women as leaders. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Master of Public Health from Drexel University. A self-professed curator of experiences, she thrives on bringing people together. Whether she’s hosting friends around the dinner table, attending an art show, or exploring the trails near her home with her daughter, husband and three-year-old pup, she’s always up for the next adventure with those she loves.  

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