Nancy Garcia, Program Administrator
As Program Administrator, Nancy maintains CAMI Health’s operating budget. She also manages billing, contracts, and financial reporting for the program. Nancy joined CAMI Health in April 2016 after serving as a Senior Grants and Contracts Specialist at the Public Health Institute (PHI) for over a decade. At PHI Central, she managed a portfolio in excess of $18M and was the Grants and Contracts Specialist for CAMI Health for four years. Since 2019, Nancy also acts as Program Administrator for Health in All Policies (HiAP), another PHI program that is dedicated to advancing health, equity, and sustainability across California’s state government.
Outside of PHI, Nancy is co-owner of Kulture, a small business with two locations, one in Midtown Sacramento and one in historical Woodland. Kulture is dedicated to conserving and showcasing the beauty of Mexican art and appreciation of the rich and diverse cultural heritage. Kulture is also a platform for local Sacramento artists to showcase and sell their art. In addition, Nancy is passionate about giving back to the community and helps coordinate an annual fundraiser for the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at the California State University, Sacramento. This great educational program offers guidance and support services to students from migrant and seasonal farm worker backgrounds. Proceeds from the event are awarded to the incoming CAMP Freshman class.