• Marlee K. Ickowicz

    Senior Analyst
    Manatt Health Solutions
    mickowicz@manatt.com
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    New York
    Direct: 212.790.4549
    General: 212.790.4500
    Fax: 212.790.4545

    Education
    Columbia University, Barnard College, B.A., Urban Studies, magna cum laude, 2010.
    Languages
    Proficient in Spanish.
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    Profile

    Marlee Ickowicz is a senior analyst with Manatt Health Solutions (MHS), an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. She provides policy analysis, project implementation support and strategic business services to healthcare providers, insurers, foundations and other healthcare stakeholders. Ms. Ickowicz’s project work focuses on a wide array of issues impacting the healthcare sector, including public health insurance programs, health information technology, and federal and state health policy trends.

    Prior to MHS, Ms. Ickowicz worked as a project coordinator for the New York City Mayor’s Office of Adult Education. In this position she provided research and policy analysis to senior-level mayoral staff to help coordinate workforce and education policies across 13 city agencies. She also managed a citywide initiative to help adult learners reach educational milestones. This included developing a website, overseeing funding distribution and leading several focus groups.

    Representative Matters

    Honors & Awards

    Sigmund Ginsburg NYC Urban Fellows Founders Award, 2011.

    Publications

    Co-author, “Supporting Informed Decision-Making in the Health Insurance Marketplace: A Progress Report,” National Partnership for Women and Families, February 2015.

    Co-author, “HIE Helps Integrate Behavioral and Physical Health Care, but Hurdles Remain,” iHealthBeat, April 2, 2014.

    Co-author, “Helping Consumers Enroll in Coverage: A State-by-State Analysis of Consumer Assistance Organizations and  Funding,” KidsWellCampaign.org, funded by Atlantic Philanthropies

    Memberships & Activities

    Founder, Math Mentors, New York, NY, 2006 - Present.

    Speaking Engagements