Lori Mihalich-Levin is the Director of Hospital and Graduate Medical Education Payment Policy at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) in Washington, DC. After graduating from Princeton as a Woodrow Wilson School major and French Certificate student in 2001, she spent a year in France on a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship, got her law degree from Georgetown University, clerked for a judge, practiced health care law, and then pursued her interest in health policy at the AAMC.
Lori has enthusiastically supported the work of the PICS program since 2000, when she was a PICS intern at the National Network to End Domestic Violence in Washington, DC, and 2001, when she interned at Jane Doe, the Massachusetts Coalition to End Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in Boston, MA. She has served as a mentor/Alumni Partner to PICS interns for many years and joined the Class of ’69 Community Service Fund Board in 2009. Over the past 3 years, she has been proud to host and mentor 7 amazing PICS interns in health policy roles at the AAMC, and she looks forward many more years of bringing Princeton’s talented and engaged students to her workplace. Being a PICS intern over a decade ago connected Lori to lifelong mentors and friends with whom she is still in touch and inspired her to pursue a career with a non-profit, mission-driven organization.