Kristine Campagna has over 20 years of experience managing and implementing community-based maternal child health programs. She is responsible for Rhode Island’s home visiting programs and all programs associated with newborn screening, including metabolic, hearing and developmental risk assessment. Campagna represents health on many committees and community organizations, including the Rhode Island Department of Health’s Successful Start Steering Committee, the state’s Early Learning Council, the state’s Substance-Exposed Newborn Task Force, the state’s Newborn Screening Advisory Committee, the state’s Prematurity Task Force and the state’s Infant Mortality Task Force. She has extensive experience in managing early childhood programs, including program design and implementation, as well as coaching, supervising and building community partnerships. She is a steering committee member of the Association of State and Tribal Home Visiting Initiatives.