Ms. Fuksman is a health care advocate and policy professional with extensive experience working with insurance carriers, employers and health care providers. An experienced business leader, she is a dedicated to improving access to quality and affordable care regardless of health status, social need, or income.
Her work experience has included regional health care systems, a major insurance carrier, a national physicians’ association and several social advocacy organizations. She has also served on the Boards of various non-profit organizations, and was a founding Board Member of Sojourn, an educational non-profit for LGBTQ youth and their caregivers. Currently, Abbie is serving on the Atlanta Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) Board where she advocates and lobbies for health care access and quality issues. She also serves as a health care policy point person for Georgia and national legislation with the Jewish Democratic Women’s Salon. Abbie also assists the national organization, Protect Our Care, with health care-related media releases and press conferences.
Ms. Fuksman has additionally helped many of these organizations achieve their financial goals, through various fundraising initiatives and events. Abbie is dedicated to improving health care policies through legislative actions and social justice activism. She is a strong advocate for educating stakeholders on the complexities of the U.S. health care system. She is a natural communicator and networker who educates and influences decision makers.