Patricia Dayleg, MPH

Assistant Director of Policy
pdayleg@cacf.org



Patricia serves as the Assistant Director of Policy at CACF after rejoining CACF as a consultant on the health team in 2015. She currently manages CACF’s health access research efforts, community assessments of the built environment, and budget advocacy campaign under the 15% and Growing Coalition, including the 8th Annual APA City Advocacy Day. Previously, she was CACF’s Health Policy Associate, focusing on Affordable Care Act implementation with Project CHARGE and improving data on the Asian Pacific American community through the Invisible No More campaign. Prior to CACF, Patti was a Grant Writer and Program Administrative Manager at the YWCA of Queens and a Corps Member with Americorps City Year New York. She previously spearheaded national dialogues and conferences with the Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue (FIND), Inc., an umbrella organization for Filipino collegiate organizations along the East Coast, and worked with Benestream, a social enterprise that facilitates Medicaid enrollment for low-income workers through their employers. Patricia received a Masters in Public Health from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health with a concentration in Sociomedical Sciences and Health Promotion Research and Practice.