Lee-Lee Prina is a senior editor at Health Affairs and has managed the GrantWatch section of the journal since 1991. Prior to joining Health Affairs, she held editorial positions at Business & Health, Food and Drug Law Institute, The State (S.C.), and The Chicago Sun-Times. She received a Publication Specialist (graduate-level) certificate from The George Washington University and holds a B.A. in French from Tulane University.


Recent Posts by Lee-Lee Prina

Foundation Blogs Round-Up: Social Determinants Of Health, Kansas Medicaid, And More

Also featured are posts on uncertainties about the status of health reform, environmental health, and data analytics.

March 7, 2017GrantWatch, Medicaid and CHIP

New President And CEO Of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Named

The name of the new RWJF leader was announced on February 13, 2017. Read about his background.

February 13, 2017GrantWatch, Public Health

People Post: Staff And Board Changes In Health Philanthropy

Who got hired and who got promoted? Read staff and board news at health funders from around the United States—from Wasilla, Alaska, to suburban Washington, D.C.

Five Most-Read GrantWatch Posts Of 2016 On Health Affairs Blog

See which posts from our section on health philanthropy made the list! Number one was a post on integrating medical and social services.

December 29, 2016GrantWatch, Organization and Delivery

People Post: Staff And Board Changes At Health Foundations

Read about comings and goings at foundations across the country, as well as honors received by a number of staffers.

November 29, 2016GrantWatch, Health Professionals

Foundation Reactions To The 2016 Presidential Election: Round-Up

Following the US presidential election on November 8, what are foundation staffers saying? Colleagues from one national funder, for example, said they hope that the election results "will not alter the nation's commitment to improving insurance coverage and health care."

People Post: Staff And Board Changes In Health Philanthropy

Read "people news" from foundations around the country.

RWJF President And CEO To Step Down

Leadership change will be coming at the nation's largest philanthropy devoted to health.

People Post: Staff And Board Changes At Foundations; Job Opening: Foundation President

Read about staff changes at foundations from Maine to California. Interested in being a foundation president? There's an opening.

What Is The Private Sector Doing To Help Fight Zika?

Tom Frieden, director of the CDC, is quoted in this post as saying that everyone—"leaders in both the public and private sectors"—must ensure that "we mount a robust and comprehensive response" to the Zika virus here in the United States.