Kerwin Amo is a Policy and Project Coordinator at HCFA. His work focuses on prescription drug affordability and private insurance policy work. In his role, he provides research, legislative, coalition building, and administrative support. Prior to HCFA, Kerwin worked as a medical case manager (MCM) at Boston Medical Center, where he provided case management and social services support to women and children living with HIV/AIDS. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Studies and Health Promotion from The University of Rhode Island and a Masters degree in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health in Health Policy and Law.