Callie Chamberlain believes one of the most effective ways to create systemic change is by connecting people to one another. She believes this is especially true when advancing health equity through a lens of social determinants.
A professional health and health care generalist, Callie has launched a California health plan during the Affordable Care Act, organized labor workers advocating for access to care, managed federally qualified health centers serving low-income and underinsured populations, developed future technologies for a Fortune 6 company, advised start-ups in the health tech and wellness spaces, and consulted on gender and age equity with Saudi Arabia.
Callie is co-founder of the Refugee Relief Project, a $30k fund dispersing funds to humanitarian aids on the front lines of the refugee crisis in Greece. Callie is an Executive Producer of Refugee is Not My Name, a documentary exploring what it means to be a woman on the front lines offering and receiving aid, debuting on the 2019 film festival circuit. She is now developing Harmoni, a microwork application connecting 1 billion refugees globally to income opportunities via their cell phones.