Rosie Bueford, MSW -(she/her/ella) is our Director. She has over 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She has worked in front line direct patient care, medical billing and coding, patient advocacy, public health policy, clinical social work, mental health clinic management and hospital care coordination. She has managed a non-profit mental health clinic, worked for OHA and DHS as well as interned for OHSU hospital. Rosie has her Master’s of Social Work degree from Portland State University. She has focused her education on Public Health Policy and Clinical Therapy. Rosie approaches her work in the health care community with the intention to amplify the voices of marginalized and vulnerable communities to inspire meaningful policy and program improvements. She works to bring people together to maximize community resources for better health outcomes for all.

Kim Crosby (she/her) is our operations manager. She comes to Oregon Health Forum with over a decade of experience in nonprofit fundraising, events and process management at organizations such as Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA), and the American Red Cross. Crosby’s approach to nonprofit management is rooted in social justice and community building. She holds a BA in French from Arizona State University and completed her graduate translation studies at Université Catholique de Lille. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, she currently resides in Portland. When not working, she can be found volunteering for the National Park Service or reading at the coast.

Diane Lund-Muzikant is the Founder and Board Chair for Oregon Health Forum and The Lund Report, and she has spent three decades focused on shaping health policy in the Pacific Northwest. Earlier, as a freelance journalist, her work appeared in Good Housekeeping, People Magazine, The Oregonian and national health policy journals. Diane is a 25-year breast cancer survivor and was the co-founder of Rachel’s Friends Breast Cancer Coalition, an educational and advocacy organization focused on the environmental impacts of cancer.