Sarine Pogosyan, M.B.A.

Health Equity Program Director, Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County

Sarine Pogosyan is the Health Equity Program Director at Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County (CCALAC). CCALAC is dedicated to promoting community clinics and health centers as providers and advocates for expanding access to quality comprehensive health care for medically under-resourced communities in Los Angeles County. Sarine’s role focuses on the advancement of health equity in community clinics by advocating for and addressing the Social Drivers of Health.

Prior to her work at CCALAC, Sarine worked with a non-profit clinical care and research center whose mission was to advance treatment for rare and orphaned diseases. Her experience with Federally Qualified Health Centers comes from her time at QueensCare Health Centers where she oversaw the Outreach and Enrollment Department. Sarine earned a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University with a concentration in Leadership and Managing Organizational Change. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from USC in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Her induction into the world of health equity began in her undergraduate program through her role as research assistant for USC’s Children’s Health Study.