Marjorie Ginsburg, B.S.N., M.P.H., is the founding executive director of the non-profit Center for Healthcare Decisions Inc., which she ran from 1994 through mid-2016. In that role, she was responsible for the design, implementation, and evaluation of projects and programs that foster civic engagement on complex health policy issues affecting individuals and society at large. Among the policy issues Ms. Ginsburg studied were end-of-life care, health plan benefits design, and strategies to reduce overuse of unnecessary medical care. Since 2017, Ms. Ginsburg has been an active volunteer Medicare counselor in Sacramento with California’s SHIP and is a consultant for others working on civic deliberation to advance responsible health policy. She received her AA in Nursing at De Anza College, her BSN at the U. of Maryland and her MPH at UC Berkeley.