Roxanne Cuebas joined the Health Foundation as a Program Manager in 2021. In this role, she assists in assessing incoming grant requests, develops recommendations, and presents promising proposals for funding approval across the Health Foundation’s 16-county region. She also monitors and oversees funded projects across central and western New York.
Prior to joining the Health Foundation, Roxanne was a Project Administrator I for Catholic Health’s Community Partners of Western New York (CPWNY), where she managed several projects to improve the health and well-being of the Medicaid population. Specific areas of focus include the integration of behavioral health and primary care, telemedicine, palliative care, and COVID Rapid Relief projects. Prior to CPWNY, Roxanne was a team member with Erie County Department of Senior Services where she was responsible for the implementation of the Chronic Disease and Diabetes Self-Management Programs, including community outreach and promoting department services.
Previous community presentations given by Roxanne include “Telemedicine: Redesigning Care Delivery” at the DSRIP Learning Symposium; and “Integration is Not ‘One Size Fits All’” at the New York Medicaid Population Health Symposium.
Roxanne holds a bachelor’s degree in health and wellness and a master’s degree in public administration, both from Buffalo State College. She resides in Buffalo.