Margaret Rehayem is Vice President for the National Alliance and provides leadership for initiatives that support member collaboration, helps coalitions leverage their regional efforts at the national level to drive innovation, health and value for organizations and communities across the country. Her focus has been in health and wellbeing, continuous improvement frameworks, multi-stakeholder collaboratives, and the development of strategies that support system & delivery reform. She has over 20 years' experience working with employers in various areas from understanding their data to supporting their efforts in overall healthcare strategic planning. Margaret also oversees a number of grant activities that work with national funding organizations such as the CDC Foundation and PCORI. She serves as a main contact for member coalitions, fostering relationships, and supporting coalition members through networking and capacity building opportunities. She also helps drive the direction of the organization’s National Health Leadership Council and engages with employers of different industries through the National Purchaser Leadership Council. Margaret is a national speaker on a number of healthcare topics including business performance and leadership, health benefits, medical and pharmacy drugs, biosimilars, employee engagement, organizational culture, and the impact of health and wellbeing in organizations.