Mark Hannay, Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign
Mark Hannay is Director of the Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign, a citywide coalition of community groups and labor unions founded in 1993 that advocates for fundamental health care reform leading to a universal health care program.
Mark began his health activist career in 1991 as a member of the Insurance and Health Care Access Committee of ACT UP/New York.
During the Clinton health care reform period of 1993-4, Mark worked as a Public Policy Associate at Gay Men's Health Crisis, where he focused on health care and insurance issues for people living with HIV.
Since 2002, Mark
has co-hosted the weekly "Health Action" program broadcast over WBAI/Pacifica radio.
Mark was a recipient of the 2012 Tisch Community Health Prize given by the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, and served 5 years on the Community Advisory Committee of the New York State Health Foundation.
He is a member of the Greater New York City Regional Advisory Committee for New York State's new health benefits exchange marketplace, known as "New York State of Health".