Dr. Delaney Gracy is Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Children’s Health Fund, a national non-profit that provides and advocates for quality healthcare for underserved children across the country.
Delaney is a pediatrician who has spent her career as a provider and advocate for underserved children. After spending 5 years working on CHF mobile clinics serving families in New York City homeless shelters, Delaney became Chief Medical Officer of the national Children's Health Fund, leading all of CHF’s programmatic, evaluation, and disaster response activities across the country. With the National Network teams, she has designed and implemented multiple mobile primary care, mental health, and public health crisis responses, supporting families through medical and mental health programs.
Delaney frequently participates in public speaking engagements and has served as an advisor and committee member for multiple local and national initiatives as a content expert on the health of children in poverty. She also advises on program implementation and evaluation on several federally funded national pediatric quality measure development projects with organizations such as the School Based Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School and the Mobile Health Clinics Association.