Kathy Mossburg is a lobbyist in Sacramento who has been representing clients since she first formed her own lobbying firm in 1998. Her advocacy work broadly encompasses public health and safety net issues, including policy and budget issues concerning child nutrition and food insecurity, elder care, access to health care services, early childhood education, and public health issues generally. She has extensive experience in skillfully navigating legislative, administrative and budget processes in California state government, including during especially challenging times such as the Great Recession in 2008 and, more recently, the Covid 19 pandemic.
In her early career, Ms. Mossburg served as legislative director for a statewide clinic association based in Sacramento, where she represented 10 affiliates before the California legislature and administration on maternal, child, and adolescent health, family planning, Medi-Cal and related budget issues. She later served as the Public Affairs Director for a multi-county clinic agency, where she designed and implemented the agency’s advocacy programs on reproductive rights and comprehensive reproductive and primary health care as well as their 501c(3) and 501c(4) advocacy activities.