After nearly a decade on Capitol Hill, Libby launched Mullin Strategies in 1999.
Over the last 24 years, Libby has worked with large and small non-profit
organizations as well as Fortune 500 companies, helping her clients think and
act strategically to advance their policy goals, broaden their partnerships and
increase their visibility. Libby has also worked extensively with non-profit
organizations on building their boards and growing their funding.
Libby has a particular interest in working at the intersection of the private and
non-profit sectors to advance mutually beneficial policies. Much of her career
has been spent expanding and now stabilizing health coverage for children via
the Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Currently, Libby is running a multi stakeholder federal coalition on child nutrition,
where she is working with advocates in health to advance bold and equitable
policy solutions to nutrition insecurity and educate policymakers that “food is
medicine.” Her understanding and growing appreciation for local food as both a
source for better health and a more sustainable economy is rooted in spending
her summers in the Northeast Kingdom. Libby is now lucky enough to spend
nearly half her year in Vermont and resides the other months in Chevy Chase,
MD or visiting her three children across the country.