As the Director of the Center for Climate Change and Public Health Project, Linda Rudolph fosters public health sector engagement and partnerships to mitigate climate change and to build community and public health system resilience to adapt to climate change. She brings with her a wealth of experience, from being the deputy director of the California Department of Public Health's Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Public Health to the chief medical officer for Medi-Cal Managed Care as well as a variety of other positions. Currently, she is also acting as the principal investigator on a Public Health Institute project to advance the integration of Health in All Policies in local jurisdictions around California.
Rudolph received her doctorate in medicine and clinical training in pediatrics and emergency medicine from the University of California at San Francisco. She holds a master's in public health from the University of California at Berkeley. Rudolph is board certified in occupational medicine.