Alletto named chief program and services officer at Texas HHS
March 24, 2020
Master of Public Administration
Michelle Alletto ’06 MPA will serve as the new chief program and services officer for Texas Health and Human Services.
In her new position, Alletto will be responsible for overseeing the management of Texas’s medical and social services, which include, among others, Medicaid, CHIP, SNAP, TANF, and WIC. She will also have oversight responsibilities with Texas’s Health and Specialty Care System, which is made up of state-supported living centers for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Health and Human Services in Texas aims to improve the health, safety, and well-being of all Texans, and in this effort, they work with more than seven million people monthly.
Alletto has more than a decade of public health and management experience, most recently as a program officer with the Milbank Memorial Fund, where she helped with a multi-state initiative for long-term Medicaid services reform. She is also a former deputy secretary for Louisiana’s Department of Health, where during her tenure she managed the restructuring of aging and disability services Medicaid waivers. Alletto has also spent time with the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs and the U.S. Government Accountability Office.
You can read more about Alletto’s new position in this news article.