Alberto A. González, Jr. is a senior strategist for the Health Policy Project at UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza). His work as a senior strategist focuses on shaping, driving and advancing UnidosUS’s health policy agenda, including legislative, policy, and issue campaigns at the federal and state level. Within the Health Policy Project, González develops and implements federal and state health advocacy strategies to maximize health coverage and access opportunities for Latino families. Alberto produces policy documents to demonstrate the effects of health and safety net programs on the Latino community. He also communicates UnidosUS’ position and recommended health policy changes to Congress and Affiliates and provides strategic guidance on state health advocacy campaigns to several health equity coalitions at the state and federal level. Mr. González holds a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a bachelor’s degree in political science and American studies from University of California, Berkeley. Alberto is originally from Pico Rivera, California.