Alyce Norcross is pursuing her Master of Public Health in Health Policy. Alyce’s interest in health policy grew during her time as a Project Manager and Community Health Worker at the Lowell Community Health Center where she worked with the Pediatric Behavioral Health Integration team to serve the physical, mental, and social health needs of children and their families. Alyce is passionate about health policy that reduces inequities by improving access to healthcare and insurance, particularly for children and immigrant populations. Alyce holds a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences with a minor in Religious Studies from Gettysburg College.
Alyce’s project focuses on evaluating child-specific Medicaid benefits and reimbursement, with the goal of making policy recommendations to improve the well-being of Mississippi’s children.