Mei Wa Kwong, JD

Executive Director

Mei Wa Kwong joined CCHP in March 2010 as a Policy Associate and was named Executive Director in January 2018.  Ms. Kwong leads the organization’s work on , public policy issues as they impact telehealth on the state and federal level.  She is also the project director for the National Telehealth Policy Resource Center.

Ms. Kwong is a nationally recognized expert on telehealth policy.  In her current role at CCHP she works with the organization’s multitude of national and regional partners on telehealth issues and oversees CCHP’s projects, provides policy technical assistance to state and federal lawmakers, industry members, providers, consumers and others.  She manages CCHP’s staff and works closely with CCHP’s consultants.  She has been published in peer review journals and is a sought after speaker at national conferences.

Prior to joining CCHP, Ms. Kwong was a public policy analyst for Children’s Home Society of California, working on child care and early education issues on the state and federal levels. She also worked extensively with the Child Development Policy Institute, a statewide public policy organization, and was recognized by them in 2004 for her work in the early care and education field.  She was at the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts in Washington, DC working on federal tax issues, and administered the association’s political action committee. Ms. Kwong holds a BA in International Affairs from George Washington University, and a JD from George Washington University Law School.